Tirupati, September 26: The Central government's Voluntary Disclosure of Income Scheme (VDIS) has failed to garner the expected response. This scheme will conclude by the end of this month. The Income Tax department with a list of VIPs suspected of amassing illegal income, plunged into action.
It?s known that the list contains the names of 25 TDP MLAs and raids would be conducted on them soon. Already IT department conducted raids on Chittoor MLA D.K. Satyaprabha's house for about three days. The IT officials neither allowed the MLA to step out of the house nor anyone else to come into the house.
This created tension among the TDP leaders as to what happened in her house. According to sources, the IT officials questioned the MLA about the records of businesses of her family, dating back to 30 years. Satyaprabha's husband, former minister and TTD former chairman late D.K. Adikesavulu Naidu had extended his business in Chittoor, Bengaluru, Chennai during his time and rose as a successful industrialist.
His wife Satyaprabha entered politics as his heir after his demise four years ago, while his son is looking after the business. The MLAs, whose names are reportedly to be in the IT list, are trying ways to escape from the raids.