Karnataka Congress Chief Shivakumar Gets CBI Summons in Disproportionate Assets Case
Congress Karnataka unit president D K Shivakumar on Saturday said he has received summons from the CBI in connection with an out of proportion properties case, and he will be appearing prior to the examining agency on November 25.
” It is real that the CBI has actually provided summons, on November19 CBI officers had actually come to my house to provide summons, however we were not here as we were going to an individual event. Next day early morning when I got home, they provided me summons,” Shivakumar stated.
Talking to press reporters here, he stated CBI has asked him to appear on November 23 at around 4 pm, however it will not be possible on that day as he together with Congress legislature party leader Siddaramaiah will be visiting Maski and Basavakalyana assembly constituencies, where bypolls are most likely to be revealed soon.
” From tomorrow I will be visiting Hospete (Ballari), Maski (Raichur), Basavakalyana (Bidar). I will be back on November25 I have actually officially communicated that I can appear in the afternoon that day and have also spoken with CBI authorities over phone and they have accepted it,” he included.
On November 19, Shivakumars daughter Aishwarya had got engaged to senior BJP leader S M Krishnas grandson and the late Cafe Coffee Day creator V G Siddharthas child Amartya. CBI on October 5 had conducted searches at 14 areas, including in Karnataka, Delhi and Mumbai at the premises connected to Shivakumar and others.
The investigating agency had actually said searches have led to healing of Rs 57 lakh money and a number of documents, including property files, bank associated information, computer difficult disk etc, and the investigation is continuing. The CBI had actually likewise registered a case versus Shivakumar and his member of the family on the claims of belongings of disproportionate assets worth Rs 74.93 crore.
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