I have done no wrong, will attend ED hearing: DK

Bangalore: KPCC President DK Sivakumar said that I have not done anything wrong and I will attend the Enforcement Directorate (ED) inquiry. Speaking in Bengaluru on Saturday, he answered a question about the ED notice in this way.

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E.D. When asked if he will attend the inquiry, he said, ‘After completing my trip to Mysore, I will go to Delhi and face the ED investigation. I don’t know why they called. He said he will go there and find out.

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Yeddyurappa’s government has handed over the case of illegal property acquisition to the CBI, and I have filed a petition in the High Court questioning it. ED notice has come for the first time. They have all the information. However, I don’t know why they called me again. Therefore, he said, he will attend the hearing.

When asked that immunity cannot be sought in the background of the session, he said, ‘I can seek immunity from the trial because of the session, if asked, it will be as if I have fled. I will not run away. I have done nothing wrong. There is no scandal on me. So I will go.

The Enforcement Directorate has issued a notice to KPCC president DK Shivakumar to attend the hearing on September 19. But the Congress has criticized that there is political malice behind it.

Randeep Singh Surjewala tweeted to condemn the issuance of ED notice and vented his frustration, saying that the Mekedatu Yatra on August 3, its Freedom March on August 15, 40% commission, government job recruitment scams, government’s failure in Bengaluru flood management have upset the Modi government.

Bommai government is looting in Karnataka. Karnataka is getting the notoriety of ‘a scam a day’. He accused BJP of acting with political malice by issuing ED notice to DK for questioning all this.