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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In the affidavit given by BJP leader V Muraleedharan along with his nomination paper for the Rajya Sabha election, there are some serious mistakes, according to reports.

Muraleedharan, who is contesting from Maharashtra, had submitted two sets of nomination. But in this he had not mentioned the details of his income tax returns.

Last year, when he contested for the Assembly election from Kazhakoottam, he mentioned in the affidavit that he had paid Rs 3,97,558as income tax for the financial year 2004-2005. And this time he has goofed up by leaving out those details. Moreover, hiding known details intentionally is also seen as an offence as per election rules. Thus this time chances are more for rejecting his nomination.

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