Kerala police summons BJP chief K Surendran for questioning in Hawala Money Case

The Kerala police have reportedly summoned state BJP chief K Surendran next week for inquiring in a case connected to the theft of alleged hawala money ahead of the April 6 assembly election, sources have said. K Surendran has been asked to come to the Thrissur Police Club at 10 a.m on Tuesday. Surendran's driver and an aide has already been questioned by the police

A day after voting, one person lodged a police complaint claiming a gang had stolen Rs 25 lakh on the Ernakulam-Thrissur highway. The police afterwards claimed that the amount was part of around Rs 3.5 crore hawala money, as per reports. The police also claimed the man had been transporting the money for the BJP - a charge vehemently denied by the party.

"It is only because we are 100 per cent confident that this has nothing to do with the BJP that we have welcomed any probe by the police. Whoever calls, we will cooperate," Mr Surendran said last month. The Left and the Congress, however, have been targeting the BJP over the matter, accusing it of using black money in the election.

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