Police Case Against Kerala BJP Chief For Allegedly Bribing Election Rival | Read

PUBLISHED ON: June 8, 2021 | Duration: 2 min, 15 sec

  
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An FIR (first information report) has been filed against the BJP's Kerala chief for allegedly bribing a rival candidate into withdrawing his nomination ahead of the April 6 Assembly election. K Sundara - who filed papers as a BSP candidate - has alleged he was given Rs. 2.5 lakh by the BJP to withdraw from the race for the Manjeswaram constituency. A local court responded to a plea by CPM leader VV Ramesan, and directed the police to file a case pertaining to 'bribery with intent to sabotage elections'.
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