Raipur: The Income Tax Department has once again raided the houses of coal and steel traders in Chhattisgarh. In fact, the team of the IT department conducted this raid in Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh and also in Raigarh. It is being told that in both cities, they conducted raids in the place of coal and steel traders. Yes and in Chhattisgarh only last month, the ED exposed the big coal scam. At the same time, the ED had raided the house of 3 IAS officers.
Along with this, IAS Sameer Bishnoi and 2 businessmen are in jail for the coal scam. In fact, on Wednesday morning, IT raided the house of Raigad IR steel owner Sanjay Agarwal, including coal dealer Rakesh Sharma, Gajanand and brother of Jai Ambe transporter owner Jogender's brother at Golden Sky in Raipur. In fact, for the last two months, continuous raids of ED and IT are going on in Chhattisgarh on coal and traders and officers associated with this business.
On the other hand, in Chhattisgarh, teams of the IT department have raided more than 20 locations of many businessmen. In fact, in the raid of ED and IT going on in Chhattisgarh for the last 2 months, the ED has exposed the Rs 600 crore coal scam being done by the state's IAS officers, politicians and businessmen. Along with this, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has also demanded the ED to investigate the 36000 crore rice scam and chit fund company scam during the time of former CM Raman Singh. Let us tell you that Baghel has alleged in his letter that at the behest of Raman Singh, the officers of ACB had saved the officers involved in corruption.
At the same time, Congress has made allegations many times that Raman Singh was directly involved in this scam. Along with this, CM Baghel has also been accused of saving thousands of crores of rupees in a chit fund scam in Chhattisgarh due to political patronage. In fact, in his letter, Baghel also referred to the statement of the Prime Minister in which he said that action should not be taken against the corrupt by looking at the political party.