IT dept seeks action against Kumaraswamy for ‘intimidating officers’, obstructing raids



Bengaluru, Apr 10: The revenue tax division has written to the Chief Electoral Officer looking for authorized motion towards Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy, Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara and a number of his cupboard colleagues for allegedly intimidating tax officers and obstructing them from discharging duties, sources stated on Tuesday.

The chief minister, former chief minister Siddaramaiah, and host of different state ministers together with their supporters had staged an illustration close to the revenue tax workplace on March 28, accusing the Centre of utilizing central businesses, such and revenue tax division, enforcement directorate and CBI, to intimidate the opposition. The protests happened when tax raids have been in progress throughout the state.

In his letter, dated April 5, Principal Chief Commissioner of Earnings Tax (Goa-Karnataka area) B R Balakrishnan stated, “Experiences in digital media depict that the protest was led by chief minister H D Kumaraswamy, Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara, former chief minister Siddaramaiah, Ministers D Okay Shivakumar and S R Mahesh, former dwelling minister Ramalinga Reddy, Dinesh Gundu Rao, MLA and KPCC president.

“This was adopted by particular statements together with private allegations towards the director common of revenue tax by Ministers H D Revanna and C S Puttaraju.”

The voluntary and disruptive actions of individuals holding excessive workplaces obstructed public servants from discharging their public features, wrote Balakrishnan, including that the protests aimed toward derailing the continuing search proceedings towards the contractors and engineers and inflicting harm to the repute of the personnel of the division.

Balakrishnan, said in his letter, that when folks holding excessive public workplaces together with constitutional posts, make false statements and instigate and contain in prison actions with the aim of adversely affecting the method of the regulation and stopping authorities officers kind discharging their duties, such actions and statements criminally intimidate and hurt the personnel of the division with larger depth.

The revenue tax official demanded circumstances must be registered towards all those that took half within the protests for illegal meeting, intentional insult, breach of peace, statements conducing to public mischief, prison intimidation, obstructing public servant from discharging their duties and menace of harm to public servant underneath IPC sections 143, 504, 505, 506, 186 and 189.

The raids since March 28 fetched unaccounted money of Rs 8.14 crore and unaccounted jewelry price Rs 1.69 crore, the division said within the letter including that no MLA, MLC or minister was searched within the stated proceedings.

A day previous to the raids, the chief minister had expressed his apprehensions that revenue tax raids on Congress and JD(S) leaders and ministers have been within the offing, which he known as “the politics of vendetta of the Centre”.

The raids happened at about 15 to 20 places, triggering widespread condemnation and protests by the leaders of the ruling coalition.

Minister Puttaraju had claimed that his home in Mandya and his nephew’s home in Mysuru have been amongst these raided by the I-T officers.

The BJP accused the chief minister of leaking the details about the raids beforehand, thereby violating the oath of secrecy taken on the time of assuming workplace.


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