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Will hold state-wide protest against these raids: HD Revanna


Team Udayavani, Mar 28, 2019, 12:43 PM IST

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Hassan: PWD minister H D Revanna on Thursday expressed his anger and said that IT department is a slave to Modi Prime Minister Modi’s and BJP state president B S Yeddyurappa and threatened to hold a protest against these raids.

Revanna’s comment comes few hours after IT department officials raided the houses of Minor Irrigation Minister C S Puttaraju and his nephew.

Addressing presspersons here he said that the BJP leaders are unaware of the capacity of former prime minister H D Deve Gowda.

He further threatened that if this continues they will hold a protest against these raids and the people conducting these raids.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy tweeted that “PM @narendramodi’s real surgical strike is out in the open through IT dept raids. The constitutional post offer for IT officer Balakrishna helped the PM in his revenge game. Highly deplorable to use govt machinery, corrupt officials to harass opponents during election time. (sic)”

HD Kumaraswamy on Wednesday, March 27 had claimed that CRPF personnel have been brought from various parts of the country to carry out I-T raids in Karnataka.

“I have got specific information that some 200 to 300 CRPF sleuths have arrived from various parts of the country. They will be ferried from the airport to the city. They have been brought to Bengaluru from other states to carry out income tax raids in Karnataka,” Kumaraswamy told reporters at Mandya.

He had also claimed that the raids may be carried out at 5 am Thursday.

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