File picture of Karnataka Congress Chief D Ok Shivakumar.
The CBI on October 5 had performed searches at 14 areas, together with in Karnataka, Delhi and Mumbai at premises linked to Shivakumar and others.
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Karnataka Congress president D Ok Shivakumar on Sunday alleged the CBI was working on the behest of the BJP, days after he was summoned by the central company in a disproportionate property case in opposition to him. The previous minister claimed the BJP was making an attempt to lure him by way of the Central Bureau of Investigation.
“The CBI is working on the behest of the BJP. Allow them to do no matter they need however I’m working to strengthen the occasion,” Shivakumar informed reporters in Hospet on the sidelines of a motorcycle rally organised by the Congress employees. Shivakumar was issued summons asking him to seem earlier than the CBI on Monday.
Nevertheless, citing occasion associated actions, he requested that he be allowed to seem on November 25, for which the CBI officers have agreed. The CBI on October 5 had performed searches at 14 areas, together with in Karnataka, Delhi and Mumbai at premises linked to Shivakumar and others.
The company had mentioned the searches have led to restoration of Rs 57 lakh money and a number of other incriminating paperwork, together with property paperwork, financial institution associated data, pc arduous disk and so forth, and that the investigation was persevering with. It had additionally registered a case in opposition to Shivakumar and his members of the family for alleged possession of disproportionate property value Rs 74.93 crore.