Tamil Nadu DVAC officials visit Karimnagar as part of its raids against AIADMK leader and former Minister

K M Dayashankar


Sources said that the former TN Minister was having properties worth crores of rupees and running granite quarries in Karimnagar


KARIMNAGAR: The Tamil Nadu state Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption (DVAC) officials have visited the Karimnagar district on Thursday as part of its raids underway in 57 places linked to former Higher education minister and AIADMK leader  KP Anbalgan.

Highly placed sources said that the DVAC officials from Tamil Nadu arrived in the early morning and met the Karimnagar Commissionerate of Police officials seeking their support to identify the properties worth crores of rupees belonging to the AIADMK leader in the old Karimnagar district. It is learnt that the Tamil Nadu former minister had reportedly invested in the purchase of huge properties and also running granite factories and others in Karimnagar district.

Sources said that the DVAC had registered a case under sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act of 1988. The officials of DVAC have launched raids in 57 places simultaneously linked to the AIADMK leader his wife Malliga, sons Sasi Mohan and Chandra Mohan and daughter-in-law Vaishnavee Chandramohan. He is the sixth former AIADMK Minister to be raided by DVAC after the DMK took power in the Tamil Nadu state. The former Minister was elected five times as MLA from Palacode constituency since 2001.


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