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Delhi policemen suspended for relaxing rules for 'middleman' Sukesh Chandrashekhar

21 Octobre 2017

Seven Delhi Police personnel have been suspended for allegedly allowing an arrested middleman in the Election Commission bribery case to roam freely in Bengaluru where he had been taken for a court hearing.

Deependra Pathak, PRO, Delhi Police, told ANI, "7 police personnel suspended, inquiry will be conducted in a time bound manner, strict action to be taken".

Chandrasekar was arrested in Delhi on April 16 on the charge of attempting to bribe election commission officials on behalf of the AIADMK leader, TTV Dhinakaran, for securing the "Two Leaves" symbol for the Sasikala faction.

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During the course of investigation carried out by the Inter State Cell of the Crime Branch, Chandrasekhar was escorted to Mumbai, Coimbatore and Bengaluru for court hearings between October 9 and 16.

Chandrashekhar has been denied bail twice, once by the sessions court and then by the Delhi High Court. Action was taken against the officers after the Income Tax Department submitted a report along with a video clip to the Delhi Police chief Amulya Patnaik.

The Delhi Police Crime Branch also included in the charge sheet allegations of forgery for objective of cheating, using forged document as genuine, possessing a forged document, intending to use it as genuine and criminal conspiracy.

Delhi policemen suspended for relaxing rules for 'middleman' Sukesh Chandrashekhar