She claimed that a group of about two dozen officials, including policemen, were present during the procedure at her home.
"The officials should not have come to my house. They should have checked my car on the road," the actress-turned-politician said.
"I will raise the matter in Parliament," she said.
The action has come close on the heels of a police raid at Jaya Prada's hotel room on March 3 in the district.
The police had said that the raid was conducted on suspicion that the former actress was carrying huge sum of money to distribute among voters.