Did Mining Baron Sekhar Reddy Bribe Ministers? Tamil Nadu Says No Probe | Read

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  • Published On: May 09, 2017
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The ruling E Palaniswami government in Tamil Nadu has refused to investigate the Income Tax Department's revelation that sand mining baron Sekhar Reddy had paid Rs. 400 crore to several ministers and bureaucrats between 2015 and 2016. Sources from the IT department say they have recovered Mr Reddy's diary, which gives a detailed list of the amounts paid to politicians and bureaucrats.

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