Immigration officials have been instructed to alert the police if Dhinkaran tries to board a flight.

Lookout notice against TTV Dhinakaran over fears that he may flee the country
news Law Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 08:00

AIADMK deputy general secretary TTV Dhinakaran’s days as a free man appear to be numbered as the Delhi Police crime branch has issued a lookout notice against him, as per a report by Rajshekhar Jha in The Times of India.

This action comes over fears that Dhinkaran might try to flee the country.

Immigration officials have been instructed to alert the police if Dhinkaran tries to board a flight. All airports and seaports have also been asked to keep watch.

Delhi Police Joint commissioner (crime) Praveer Ranjan has confirmed the move, as per the report.

The report cites a source as saying that a close aide of Dhinkaran had given a hint about the leader’s possible attempt to escape from the country. 

According to the FIR filed by the Delhi police, a copy of which is with The News Minute, Sukesh Chandrasekhar had checked into Hotel Hyatt Regency in New Delhi and was staying in room no 263.

Delhi Police says he was constantly in touch with TTV Dhinakaran and had promised to use his influence in Election Commission of India to get the two-leaves party symbol matter resolved in favour of the Sasikala faction.

The FIR was filed against TTV and Sukesh under various sections of the IPC including 120B (Criminal conspiracy), 170 (impersonating a public servant) and under Section 8 of The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.

Officials are now trying to recover the missing Rs 8.7 crore out of the Rs 10 crore that Dhinakaran sent to Sukesh, the report adds.

 

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