Shimla/New Delhi: Sleuths of a CBI and a Enforcement Directorate on Saturday raided a chateau of Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh in Shimla to examine an exploration in a jagged resources box opposite him, officials said.
The officials, with vehicles of Chandigarh and Punjab registration numbers, reached Virbhadra Singh’s private residence, Holly Lodge, located in Jakhu hills in a morning.
“Searches were conducted during 11 locations in Himachal Pradesh and Delhi,” a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officer in New Delhi said.
The raid coincided with a matrimony of a arch minister’s daughter in Shimla.
Virbhadra Singh and his family were not during home when a group reached their residence.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on 18 Jun instituted a rough exploration opposite Virbhadra Singh and his family over allegations of crime and appropriation jagged resources during his reign as kinship steel minister.
However, Virbhadra Singh refuted a allegations.
Official sources told IANS that a CBI restarted a rough exploration on a basement of a income taxation dialect sequence that pronounced a rural income of Virbhadra Singh and his family dramatically increasing in a revised return, that was an apparent try to clear a investments done in a squeeze of word policies value over Rs 6.1 crore.