Delhi police, who is questioning AIADMK leader TTV Dhinakaran over an alleged bribery case, said he has admitted to knowing the "middleman", Sukesh Chandrasekar.
Till two days ago, Dhinakaran had denied knowing Chandrasekar.
He reportedly confessed after police confronted him with a telephonic recording between him and Chadrasekar.
The middleman had allegedly promised to secure the 'two leaves' symbol for his party.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said he will challenge in court Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal's "wrong" order of recovering Rs. 97cr that his government allegedly spent on ads.
Alleging "targeting", he asked why AAP was being penalized for issuing ads outside Delhi, when other state governments frequently advertise in Delhi newspapers.
He added providing CM's photos in state governments' ads isn't a violation of rules.
Addressing a meeting of poll observers before the MCD votes get counted, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that he would launch a movement if the exit poll results came true.
He said that a BJP sweep would prove that the elections were manipulated and EVM machines rigged.
He said this is exactly what had happened in Punjab, UP, Pune, Mumbai and Dholpur elections.