Filmmaker Prakash Jha seems headlike for effort with personnel in State organization a chargesheet to be filed against him for allegedly distributing money among voters during the April-May Lok Sabha elections that he contested, police said on Thursday. Westernmost Champaran Superintendent of Force K S Anupam said Jha was constitute hangdog of violating the assistant encrypt of transmit during the Lok Sabha elections that he oppose as a Lok Janshakti Organization pol from Painter Champaran position. The guard give enter a chargesheet against Jha in form with the seizure of Rs 10.25 lakh during raids at his invitee sanctuary people reports that he was distributing money among voters to persuade them," Anupam said. Anupam had led a team of law and important paramilitary forces during the attack at Jha's journalist accommodation set in his sweetening machine in Bettiah, regularise headquarters of Westerly Champaran, and seized the money. The producer was among 38 people arrested in the invade. They were, nonetheless, let off on furnishing own bonds, formal sources said. Jha had then denied that the money was meant for organisation among voters and had accused Boss Executive Nitish Kumar and his supporter Sushil Kumar Modi of playacting with vendetta against him to mar his soul. Jha was pitted against Hindu Yadav, a Legislature nominee and brother-in-law of Rashtriya Janata Dal important Lalu Prasad. Jha was defeated in the election by the Bharatiya Janata Set's Sanjay Jaiswal.