Not just for assembly polls, BJP brought black money for local polls too
Thrissur: The charge sheet of Kodakara black money robbery case revealed that BJP brought money not only for legislative assembly elections but crores of rupees were also taken to the state during local body elections too.
A whopping amount of Rs 12 crores were brought from Karnataka and more information in this regard came out now. The charge sheet was submitted before the magistrate court in Irinjalakkuda.
According to reports, Dharmarajan contacted BJP state chief, K Surendran and his son Harikrishnan soon after the highway robbery. The report noted that Dharmarajan contacted many other BJP leaders too.
In the charge sheet, police noted that Rs 6.3 cr was brought to the BJP office in Thrissur on the dame day of the robbery.
The money was taken from Kozhikode to several places in three sacks in a pick-up lorry. A sack with Rs 6.3 cr was taken to the Thrissur BJP office. The charge sheet also informed that Rs 1.4 cr had been brought to Alapuzha and Pathanamthitta each.
The hawala money was taken to Kerala three times. The money was exchanged using a token. BJP used ten-rupee currency notes as a token. Dharmarajan received a list of the people to whom the money should be distributed from the BJP state office secretary, the charge sheet mentioned.