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Delhi police serve TTV Dhinakaran summons

Posted April 20th, 2017, 10:38 AM IST

Delhi police serve TTV Dhinakaran summons

Chennai: The Delhi crime branch team comprising assistant commissioner Sanjay Sherwat and inspector Narendra Shah served summons on TTV Dinakaran at his Adyar residence late Wednesday night in the case alleging his involvement in an attempt to bribe Election Commission officials to retrieve the 'two-leaves' symbol for his AIADMK faction.

The two officers flew in from Delhi by the evening flight and drove straight to TTV's house, reaching there at about 10.50 pm. They were with him for about 30 minutes during which they reportedly questioned him about the statements made by conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar nabbed from a Delhi hotel with Rs.1.35 crore allegedly obtained from TTV for bribing the EC officials. They served the summons on TTV for appearance for further questioning before leaving the place.

There was a minor commotion outside TTV's house when a loyalist, Ravichandran of Mylapore, doused himself with petrol and attempted to set a match. He was overpowered by some journalists present there and handed over to the police. TTV did not meet the media after the Delhi team's visit. He had earlier consulted his legal team on how to meet the Delhi case.