On the second day of the raids, the agency conducted searches in five locations, including Srinivas Reddy’s residence, Raghava Pride Infra office, his brother’s residence, and two offices in Hyderabad
In response, Revanth, the only Congress leader to react to the allegations, vehemently denied any connection between the seized Rs 42 crore and the Congress.
Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav, without mentioning anyone, also attacked the government over the raids.
In Karur, the IT raids first started on May 26 in places related to Minister Senthil Balaji and lasted for 8 days.
Reliable sources told TNIE that the brother of a popular personality who was under the I-T scanner flew off to New Delhi seeking an appointment with Union Home Minister.