Centre can't harm us by conducting IT raids — TTV Dinakaran

Operation Clean Money: IT raids Jaya TV premises, properties of TTV Dhinakaran

Operation Clean Money: IT raids Jaya TV premises, properties of TTV Dhinakaran

Residences and other offices of Sasikala's nephew Vivek Jayaraman, Vivek's sister house in T Nagar and the Bengaluru residence of AIADMK Karnataka unit head Pugazhenthi are all being raided by I-T.

As per reports, Income Tax officials entered the office of the Tamil TV channel at Ekkaduthangal after showing their identity cards at around 6 am today.

Jaya TV, started by former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in 1999, was a mouthpiece of the AIADMK.

Tamil television channel Jaya TV in Chennai woke up to quite some shock on Thursday, November 9, morning as Income Tax officials began searches at its office.

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He said the Income Tax department will look at the routing of funds within India whereas other agencies will look into the routing of money outside India. The raids - which are a part of "Operation Clean Money" searches - also cover the premises of Midas Distilleries and Jazz Cinemas which are perceived to be associated with some of those linked to Jaya TV, PTI reported. Political commentators say that it was crucial time for the party even as the allocation of the two leaves symbol of the AIADMK also figuring in the Jaya TV brand is pending with the Election commission.

The I-T department has all the right to conduct raids.

CNN-News18 said that friends and family members of Sasikala and Dhinakaran are being raided across four states in 187 locations. "Don't try to scare me", he said. "People who don't want us to remain in politics are threatening us through I-T raids".

The sleuths also carried out raids on the house of one Sajivan, who supplied wood and interiors to the Kodanadu bungalow in Kotagiri belonging to late Jayalalithaa, they said. However, after the party broke into factions led by Chief Minister K. Palaniswami, former Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam (who later became Deputy Chief Minister after merging his faction with Palaniswami's), and Sasikala and Dinakaran, they promoted only the Sasikala-Dinakaran faction. Since her death, they have been used as a tool in the factional war for the control of the AIADMK.

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