AIADMK‘S Troubles Appear Never Ending
New Delhi: Giving yet another shock to the AIADMK government, a fake Rajya Sabha ID card has been recovered from Sukesh Chandrasekhar, the middle man in the EC bribery case, which involves TTV Dhinakaran, the nephew of Sasikala Natarajan.
While, a sting operation carried by two TV channels revealed that the AIADMK faction under VK Sasikala paid money to MLAs to sway votes in their favour ahead of the floor test in the State Assembly, freshly the issue of fake ID card are ringing danger bells to Edappadi government.
Already the DMK has sprung into action and is getting ready to submit representations to Governor and President of India on this issue. The fresh revelation will only be a shot in the arm to DMK to prove dishonest ways AIADMK faction is following to retain power.
The fresh revelation is related to the cash-for-symbol controversy during the by-election of RK Nagar. Chandrasekhar was arrested earlier in connection with this.
The Delhi Police which is investigating the case already established the bribery link, now the fresh revelation made the police case stronger against the accused. The police have added the investigative agency to add sections 467 of the Indian Penal Code, which is related to forgery and has a maximum sentence of 10 years.
Now, along with Chandrasekar, even Dhinakaran and others are in a soup, as this is considered more serious involving security.
Though Dhinakaran is out on bail, the cash for symbol case is only getting murkier. The police sources said that Dhinakaran was willing to pay ₹ 50 crore to get the AIADMK party symbol and appropriate late Jayalalithaa’s legacy.