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BJP money laundering case: Nine in police custody

Thrissur: Nine persons have been remanded in police custody in connection with the BJP election campaign scam. The arrested were members of a money laundering gang. They are being questioned by the investigation team.

The first information was that the BJP had smuggled Rs 3.5 crore from Kozhikode to Ernakulam to spend on the elections. But it was later revealed that Rs 10 crore had been embezzled, including in other districts. An SMS message sent by the BJP leader was also leaked as part of the conspiracy to cause an accident.

The robbery took place on April 3 in Kodakara. The next day, a Kozhikode resident lodged a complaint with the Kodakara police alleging that Rs 25 lakh and a car were taken to Ernakulam for a land deal. But reports from People say that’s just what’s happening. The police then expanded their investigation.

There are indications that a prominent BJP leader in the state is behind the money laundering scheme. Mukhyakanni is the district leader of his group. As soon as the vehicle left Kozhikode, the state leader handed over the information to the district leader. He arranged a room in a private lodge for the group that reached the office in Thrissur. Later in the morning, he had an accident near the Kodakara bridge and crossed with money and a car.

The money laundering is heading towards a big explosion in the BJP. The fund is managed by the state president and the general secretaries of the organization. This time the secretary of the organization, who had taken a strict stand on the issue of funds, was replaced. More information will come out as to who is behind this.

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