Kodakara black money heist: Kerala Police reveals complainant Dharmarajan has links with RSS

Reportedly, a national party sent the money to Ernakulam for election expenses. The thieves stole Rs 3.5 crore by staging a fake car accident
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The Kerala Police has revealed that Dharmarajan, the complainant in the black money stolen in the fake car accident in Thrissur’s Kodakara, has links with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

Thrissur SP G Poonkuzhali revealed that Dharmarajan, an Abkari based in Kozhikode, has links with the RSS. “Dharmarajan is an RSS member. We are yet to get any clue about the people who handed over the black money to him. The investigation is still on,” SP Poonkuzhali told the media on Thursday. She added that the police are questioning more people regarding the incident.

Reportedly, the black money recovered from the accused is more than what in the complaint. After Dharmarajan and driver Shamjeer lodged a complaint in the incident, the police began to probe the incident. Reportedly, the police found Rs 3.5 core. There is no clarity on how much money the thieves stole and from where Dharmarajan received the money.

Meanwhile, allegations are floating that Yuva Morcha leader Sunil Naik gave money to Dharmarajan. He was the former treasurer of Yuva Morcha. Reportedly, the police are questioning Sunil for his role in the matter.

Earlier, reports were alleging that three police officers including a recipient of the Chief Minister’s medal for exemplary service are linked with the thieves. Reportedly, the thieves decided that they would take the help of Irinjalakuda Police if they fail to steal the black money. The thieves, however, did not need the police’s help as they successfully carried out the mission by staging a fake car accident to steal Rs 3.5 crore in black money. According to reports, a national party sent the money to Ernakulam for election expenses.

The police have arrested seven people so far and a lookout notice has been issued for the five accused.

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