Stalin dares I-T dept to carry raids at PM's house
COIMBATORE: DMK president M K Stalin dared the Income Tax (IT) department to conduct raids on the premises of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
"There are crores of money stashed in Modi's house and will the I-T department be ready to conduct the raids on Modi's house?," Stalin asked while addressing a poll meeting seeking votes for CPI(M) candidate P R Natarajan.
Similarly, would the department dare to conduct raids on the premises of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palanisamy and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, where it would get a vast amount of money, he asked.
It was reported that crores of money were being distributed in Theni, from where Panneerselvam's son is contesting the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, the DMK chief said.
He raised this issue about the I-T raids conducted on DMK treasurer Dorai Murugan's premises in Vellore, from where his son was contesting the polls.