Vastavam web:After four days of interrogation, the Delhi police have arrested TTV Dinakaran, the deputy chief of Tamil Nadu’s ruling party the AIADMK midnight on Tuesday. He is accused in a case of bribery, he offered huge amount to election commission to allot Two leaves symbol to AIADMK(AMMA) party. Dinakaran, was questioned by the Crime Branch of the Delhi Police for four days, is accused of attempting to bribe Election Commission officials to allot his faction of the AIADMK, the party’s Two-Leaf symbol, frozen by the poll panel after a dispute. Along with 53-year-old Mr Dinakaran, his friend Mallikarjuna has also been arrested. Mallikarjuna is alleged to have sheltered Mr Dinakaran despite the police looking for him. They will be produced in a court in Delhi around 2 pm today. Police says Mr Dinakaran had confessed to meeting Sukesh Chandrasekar, the middleman who was earlier arrested in the case. However, the AIADMK leader maintains that he did not pay any money to Mr Chandrasekar, and has denied the allegations against him. Chandrasekar was arrested from a South Delhi hotel on April 16 allegedly with Rs. 1.3 crore that was meant for bribing poll panel officials. He reportedly told the police he was Mr Dinakaran’s “middleman” and was asked to pay the money to the officials for allotting the ‘two leaves’ party symbol to Mr Dinakaran’s faction of the AIADMK.