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Delhi Police today made the second arrest in the 2008 'cash-for-votes' scam by taking into custody Suhail Hindustani, who had allegedly acted as a liaison between Amar Singh and BJP MPs sought to be bribed.
Hindustani was arrested after seven hours of questioning by the Crime Branch and charges under Prevention of Corruption Act were pressed against him, police sources said.
Police summoned Hindustani for questioning after it arrested Sanjeev Saxena, once considered close to Singh, for allegedly delivering cash to three BJP MPs.
Police are also expected to question Amar Singh, former Samajwadi Party leader. Delhi Police had sought views of Union Home Ministry on questioning Singh.
BJP MP Ashok Argal, who is alleged to have been offered Rs one crore bribe, and BJP leader L.K. Advani's former aide Sudheendra Kulkarni who had allegedly organised the sting operation, may also be questioned, police sources said.
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