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New Delhi: The Revenue Tax raids on DMK chief MK Stalin’s daughter Senthamarai and others have been performed to examine “political money distribution” in Tamil Nadu, sources within the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) knowledgeable.

28 premises in Chennai, Coimbatore and Karur have been lined, they mentioned.

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In keeping with information company PTI, these sources in CBDT revealed that “A number of incriminating supplies on tax evasion have been discovered up to now” through the raids.

CBDT frames coverage for the tax division. It has been additional reported that the searches are being performed on three completely different teams and some people within the state.

“These teams and people are concerned in companies starting from working distilleries and breweries, actual property, native financing, solar energy EPC to dealing with money of politically uncovered individuals for the continuing elections,” a senior tax division officer mentioned.

“A part of these teams and people are alleged to have been actively helping in political money distribution. Searches have been performed to confirm and unearth such actions too,” the officer mentioned.

The DMK alleged that the raids had a “political goal” and condemned the central authorities for a similar.

“I’m MK Stalin. This Stalin has confronted Emergency and MISA. I will not be scared due to these IT Raids. PM Modi ought to know that we aren’t AIADMK leaders,” responded DMK head MK Stalin on Friday.

Talking at a rally in Perambalur, he mentioned: “Right now morning I got here to Trichy from Chennai. I received information of a raid happening at my daughter’s home in Chennai. The (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi authorities is saving the AIADMK authorities now…I wish to inform Modi that that is DMK, remember that, I am the son of Kalaignar (late DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi). I can’t be scared like this”.

Tamil Nadu will vote for its 234-member meeting in a single section on April 6.



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