IN AIADMK SYMBOL BRIBERY CASE, ACCUSED SUKESH CHANDRASEKHAR WAS TAKEN TO JUDGE’s HOUSE :

A man, arrested for allegedly striking a deal of Rs 50 crore to help the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam faction keep the ‘two leaves’ poll symbol, could not be remanded to judicial or police custody as the concerned judge was not available during the court hours on 17th. April.  The police later took Sukesh Chandrasekhar to the residence of the concerned Metropolitan Magistrate. Chandrasekhar was arrested by the crime branch of Delhi Police from a five-star hotel in New Delhi, was brought to Tis Hazari Courts (THC) within court hours at 4.30 pm but no judge was available to send him to police or judicial custody.  The court’s working hours are from 10 am to 5 pm. The confusion regarding the concerned judge continued for over an hour as the police kept rushing from one court to another and finally took the accused to the house of the concerned judge in south Delhi.  During the day, the DCP of Delhi Police told reporters that Chandrashekhar would be taken to THC.  After bringing him to the court complex, police took the accused to the court of four judges — Special Judges Poonam Chaudhry, M K Nagpal and Himani Malhotra and Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Satish Kumar Arora.  Thereafter, the police decided to take the accused to the residence of the concerned judge for his production.  Even the advocate, prosecutor and investigator were in a dilemma on where to produce Chandrashekhar.  The case pertains to an alleged attempt to bribe an Election Commission official by AIADMK (Amma) leader T T V Dinakaran for trying to get the party’s poll symbol of ‘two leaves’ in a by-election to the RK Nagar assembly seat in Tamil Nadu.   The Rediff.com : 17th. Apr,17

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