After unaccounted cash worth Rs. 1.48 crore, allegedly meant to bribe voters, was seized by taxmen during raids on a party colleague of TTV Dhinakaran, the politician who broke away from Tamil Nadu’s ruling AIADMK last year, the leader told NDTV that his party office is on the ground floor of the building, and not where the raid took place. “It was our candidate itself who complained to the Election Commission that people are receiving money from there,” Mr Dhinakaran said. Income Tax officials told NDTV that 94 packets of cash, with ward numbers and number of voters, were found. Markings on the packets indicate the plan was to give each voter Rs 300 as bribe.
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