Raid on the premises of former state minister SP Velumani in Coimbatore
Raid on the premises of former state minister SP Velumani in Coimbatore

Raids are being conducted in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, by DVAC. at the offices of former state minister SP Velumani is the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption. In connection with charges involving former Minister of State SP Velumani, DVAC is conducting searches at 26 locations, including Chennai and Coimbatore.

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The former minister is charged with abusing his position by unfairly granting contracts to businesses he was close with. Workers from the AIADMK are gathered at his home’s bar and are demonstrating against the minister’s actions.

Several activists and seven AIADMK MLAs have reportedly been detained by the Tamil Nadu Police for demonstrating outside the Coimbatore home of former state minister SP Velumani in opposition to a raid by the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption.

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As far as SP Velumani is concerned, this is not the first time he has been screwed over. The offices of his close friend Chandrashekhar had been searched earlier in July by the Income Tax Department. At the time, six locations were raided by the Income Tax Department.

Vigilance Department has already seen action in Tamil Nadu

A Village Administrative Officer (VAO) and Revenue Inspector (RI) were recently detained by the state Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Directorate (DVAC) in Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, for allegedly requesting and accepting bribes in separate incidents.

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