Delhi Police serves summons to Dinakaran in AIADMK symbol case

Delhi Police serves summons to Dinakaran in AIADMK symbol case

The Delhi Police has served summons to AIADMK Deputy General Secretary TTV Dinakaran to appear for inquiry in a case of alleged bribery to Election Commission officials for retrieving the party’s ‘two leaves’ symbol.

Two police officials, led by Assistant Commissioner Sanjay Sehrawat, reached Dinakaran’s Chennai residence around mid-night and served the summons. They have instructed him to appear for inquiry in the case whenever required.

Dinakaran was the party candidate for the RK Nagar bye-election, which was countermanded by the Election Commission on charges of large scale distribution of cash for votes. Dinakaran stepped aside from the party following a rebellion against him.

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