DK Shivakumar: Attack on Dikeshi’s home, office: What was in 2017? – raid on dk shivakumar house, office, what happened in 2017

Bangalore: CBI officials raid KPCC president DK Sivakumar’s residence and office The CB’i has now fallen on Dikeshi, who had come to grips with the logistics department just three years ago. In 2017, there was an attack on DK Sivakumar, his home and his office. Dikeshi was arrested last year. Here is the details of the events of the last three years …..

The attack happened: From August 2 to 5

Total Location: Bangalore, Delhi, Kanakapura, Ramanagara, Mysore and Hassan on 67 sides.

Where ?: Homes of DK Sivakumar, family members, mother Gauramma house in Kanakapura, educational institutions, real estate offices, business partners, Sharma Travels, Dwarkanath Guruji, close friends Sachin Nayak and Vidya Parishad member Ravi.

Dikeshi’s arrest in 2019

DK Shivakumar said Sai was the party’s call to win AICC supremo Ahmed Patel from Gujarat in the Rajya Sabha polls, which became a coalition between BJP and Congress in 2017. The IT attack on DKC was hot when the Gujarat Congress MLAs were held in a resort on the outskirts of Bangalore for Congress high command Yathar Siddhi, who sent Ahmed Patel to the Rajya Sabha. Two years later, in September 2019, the Directorate of Enforcement (ED), which held a four-day hearing in the wake of the Havala case, arrested him. 8.6 crores received during 2017 IT attack. Got it. IT then raised Rs 11 crore. There was no account for this amount. This relationship was recorded in ED 2018.

Dikeshi in 48-day Tihar jail

Dikeshi was arrested on September 4, 2019, in connection with illegal money transfers. The bailie had not been tried many times since then. Finally, Delhi High Court granted bail on October 23. That meant he was in Tihar Jail for 48 days and was notorious for being the first politician in Karnataka in Tihar Jail in connection with illegal money trading.


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