Yet corrupting case hit out against DMK chief M Karunanidhi’s son MK Stalin, CBI raided his house early morning in Chennai alleging illegal import of cars.
As per media reports, the raid conducted by the agency on basis of complaints filled by Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) regarding case involving alleged illegal import of foreign cars worth Rs 20 crore.
DRI claimed that Stalin’s son Udayagiri had involved in illegal import of vehicles, reports said.
Reacting over all this, Stalin called it political vendetta and claimed to being targeted and blamed Congress for this.
“It is quiet clear, why I am being targeted. We will face the case legally. I am unaware of the reasons for the CBI raid,” he told reporters.
The raid continued for three hours and till the search, hundreds of party supporters had gathered outside Mr Stalin’s house.
Just two days before DMK slammed UPA for failing to take a strong stand with a Parliamentary resolution against human right violation against LTTE, Tamils by Sri Lanka military at the UNHRC in Geneva, and withdraw from the ruling coalition.