My son was beaten all night, officers are sitting inside the house, and Minister Malla Reddy is furious over the IT raid
Telangana Labor Minister C. Malla Reddy has accused Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel who accompanied Income Tax officials during raids at his residence and educational institutions here, of thrashing his son. He said that CRPF has beaten my son badly. His sentiments are hurt.
CRPF thrashed my elder son the whole night and didn't even allow him to get treatment in the hospital
Malla Reddy said that the CRPF and police beat up my elder son the whole night and he has been admitted to the hospital. They did not allow my son's doctor to treat him. They are not even letting me meet him. If they have got some unknown money then what is wrong with it? They should do their work. Terming the raids as an act of "political vendetta", Reddy said the Bharatiya Janata Party was targeting him and the Telangana Rashtra Samithi government. Responding to a question, the minister said that there was no irregularity in the allotment of seats in his medical college and everything was transparent as per the guidelines issued by the state government.
Are we doing any hawala business?: C. Malla Reddy
Before going to the hospital, Malla Reddy said at his residence that are we doing any hawala business? Are we running a casino or smuggling? We are giving education to poor students. The evil BJP government at the center has sent 200 IT officers to us. They have beaten my son the whole night. He has been admitted to the hospital after complaining of chest pain.
Responding to a question, the minister said that there was no irregularity in the allotment of seats in his medical college and everything was transparent as per the guidelines issued by the state government. He claimed that the search started at 6 am on Tuesday and is still going on. He said that the Income Tax officials have found only Rs 6 lakh undisclosed amount. Sources in the know of the development said that Income Tax Department personnel are verifying the tax records of Reddy and his and his family's educational institutions.