AIADMK leader TTV Dinakaran has reached Delhi to appear before the police in connection with the alleged bribe case over the party's 'two leaves' party symbol.
Dinakaran said that he would speak to the media after returning from Delhi.
The Election Commission has given the Panneerselvam and Sasikala camps time till June 16 to submit documents as evidence to claim the 'two leaves' symbol.
Delhi police has prepared a questionnaire for Dinakaran. He will be confronted with alleged middleman Sukesh Chandrasekhar
Dinakaran will be questioned about links with Sukesh. Police will collect Dinarakan and Sukesh's voice samples to ascertain the truth.
OPS, SASIKALA CAMPS FIGHT OVER AIADMK SYMBOL
The tug-of-war between Panneerselvam and Sasikala groups to assert their claim to the AIADMK's 'two leaves' symbol has been going on for some time.
Both factions have filed petitions with the poll panel alleging that the rival camp was indulging in corruption.
The 'two leaves' symbol is important to both factions of the AIADMK as that symbol truly represents former party chief J Jayalalithaa and the true AIADMK.