Lookout Notice Issued Against Dinakaran By Delhi Police
New Delhi: Delhi police have issued a lookout notice for Dinakaran who was accused of trying to bribe the Election Commission in order to get the election symbol of two leaves. The notice has been issued by the Crime Branch of Delhi police in the early hours of Wednesday. The police are apprehensive about Dinakaran leaving the country.
The lookout notice means all the exits from the country- airports, ports, train and buses- to go to neighbouring country. Madhur Verma,DCP (Crime Branch) has confirmed the news that a lookout has been issued to prevent Dinakaran from leaving the country.
Dinakaran, a nephew of Sasikala, was a candidate in the RK Nagar Assembly by-poll. The polling which should have taken place on April 12 was postponed on account of charges against Dinakaran who was alleged to have spent ₹ 100 crore to distribute to the voters. It was alleged that voters were paid at the rate of ₹4,000.