New Delhi, Apr 27 (): DMK MP Kanimozhi on Thursday tendered a bundle of financial records to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) with regard to the investigation of her position in the so-called financial misdeeds in the 2G case.
Kanimozhi,the forty-three-year-old daughter of the DMK chief M Karunanidhi came to New Delhi to hand over the financial records in connection to her personal and business investments as per the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
DMK MP Kanimozhi will be summoned probably in a day or two, when her documents would be analyzed, sources said. The agency also said that the prosecution action is set to commence very soon. Kanimozhi, who was behind the bars and released on bail last year related to 2G case attended the current parliament session.
The DMK MP was charged along with her associates by the CBI linking them in the scam of Rs two hundred crore passed through a twisty route to her family- run Kalaignar TV. She was called by the ED to inquire about the transfer of the huge fund to the TV channel, in which both Kanimozhi and Sharad Kumar, managing Director of Kalaignar TV possess 20% share each. Several other transactions are also expected to be under the scanning process.
According to information received, the ED had earlier inspected the records and documents revealing the DMK MP’s earnings, movable and immovable possessions and also personal savings and plans to take the investigation ahead.
On the other hand, Janata Party president and 2G scam crusader Subramanian Swamy has announced that he might soon be moving toward court, demanding to investigate Chidambaram’s son Karthi Chidambaram along with Kanimozhi and A Raja.
If CBI can question Karunanidhi’s daughter for having financial transactions with Balwa related company, the same rule is applicable to Chidambaram’s son Karthi who got a booty of Rs 4,000 crore in Aircel-Maxis deal.This transaction has taken place at the time of Kanimozhi’s financial transaction with Balwa during 2008-2009, said Swamy.