Exclusive Report: Operation Tughlaq Road on scam during election

28 May 2019 10:27 PM

Exclusive Report: Operation Tughlaq Road on scam during election

Updated 28 May 2019 10:27 PM

I-T department will soon summon top officials of the Madhya Pradesh government, politicians and relatives of Chief Minister Kamal Nath as part of its probe into an alleged "widespread and well-organised" hawala racket of about Rs 281 crore unearthed during the Lok Sabha polls, sources said on Tuesday.
A CBDT statement had said the department had also detected a trail of Rs 20 crore suspect cash allegedly being moved to the "headquarters of a major political party in Delhi" from the house of an important person who lived on Tughlaq Road in the national capital, home to many VIPs.

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