- Torn pieces of page from a diary, contained information about of Rs 3 crores to AICC.
- In another diary seized from the room states that Rs 4 crores collected and Rs 3 crores paid to AICC.
- As per Shivakumar’s instructions funds were transported from his one house to another house.
- Times Now analysed that the money could be Hawala funds brought to Delhi.
The IT raid on Energy Minister D K Shivakumar has taken a curious torn after the IT sleuths recovered a turn pieces of page from a diary, allegedly torn by DKS, at Eagleton Resort at Bidadi, contained information about of Rs 3 crores to Congress High Command, as reported by Times Now channel, quoted by Kannada Prabha.
Recently another diary had caused great embarrassment to Congress by claiming huge funds paid to high command. Now, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had informed the Parliament that during the raid on Eagleton Resort D K Shivakumar and another person had hurriedly torn some pages from a diary and the IT sleuths had retrieved the 15 pieces of paper and joined them together that gave information about crores may be paid to Congress High Command, announced Times Now news channel.
According to Times Now Channel, the torn piece contained information that on 2017 Jan 1, one Rajesh through one Kamal paid Rs 2 crores and on 2017 Jan 3 Rajesh through Kamal had paid Rs 1 crore and on 2017 Jan 5 one Bhanwar Lal paid. Some entries have a mark cash written.
In another diary seized from the room states that Rs 4 crores collected and Rs 3 crores paid to AICC. AICC is suspected to be Congress High Command.
Meanwhile at New Delhi, IT officials are successful in collecting information from D K Shivakumar’s assistant Anjaneya, reported Times Now. As per Shivakumar’s instructions funds were transported from his one house to another house. Shailendar had taken once Rs 1 crore, another time Rs 1.5 crore and yet again Rs 2.5 crores stated Anjaneya.
Times Now analysed that when the funds were transported from DK Shivakumar’s one house to another in Delhi, he was very much in Delhi, hence the money could be Hawala funds brought to Delhi.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:54 PM