CM alleges raid on sugar mills, planting of spy cams


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Bengaluru, April 1 (UNI):  Calling series of IT department raids on supporters of JD(S) and Congress leaders during the last few days as political vendetta played by Narendra Modi government at the centre, Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy has sought “immediate” intervention by the Election Commission.

Meanwhile, I-T officials continued their raid for the third day on Saturday.

They raided the rice and sugar mills run by Congress and JD(S) workers till 4 am today and put spy cams on their premises, Mr Kumaraswamy alleged.

Disguising themselves as railway officials, they borrowed vehicles and are now staying at CFTRI Mysuru,” he charged.

The Chief Minister called the raids was a shameful attempt to threaten and generate fear among our workers. He requested the Election Commission “to immediately intervene and stop this harassment of our workers.”

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