Income Tax Commissioner S K Srivastava’s accusation
NDTV frauds Whistleblower Income Tax Commissioner S K Srivastava alleged that the former Finance Minister P Chidambaram is a big fraudster and laundered bribe money of more than Rs.6000 crores through the television channel NDTV. Hoping that the law will soon catch Chidambaram for laundering money through NDTV in connivance with the TV channel owner Prannoy Roy, Srivastava said that he will continue his battle till the justice is delivered in this matter.
Speaking at the function, Sanjay Kumar Srivastava narrated how Chidambaram tried to hunt him from 2006 onwards…
Srivastava was addressing the ‘NDTV Frauds’ book launch function in Chidambaram’s home town of Karaikudi along with the publisher S Ranganaathan of Rare Books. The function was held on April 17 and Chidambaram called local administration to block the function claiming that this was a violation of the Model Code of Conduct during an election when his co-accused son Karti was contesting from the same town. The officials told Chidambaram the function is related to the book launch and if any complaint he has he should give it in writing. However, Chidambaram did not file any complaint and Srivastava and the publisher also told the officials that they were only engaged in the release of the book.
Speaking at the function, Sanjay Kumar Srivastava narrated how Chidambaram tried to hunt him from 2006 onwards after he found the tax frauds and money laundering by NDTV. The Income Tax Commissioner told the media and gathering that Chidambaram even engineered a sexual abuse case on him through two IRS lady officers.
The full video of the NDTV Frauds Book Launch function is available here.
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