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Karnataka Congress president DK Shivakumar appears before ED in National Herald money laundering case
This is the second time that the federal agency is recording DK Shivakumar's statement in a case that has been registered under the criminal sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA)
Shivakumar had also appeared before the ED on 19 September in Delhi, where he was questioned with regard to another money laundering case linked to the alleged possession of disproportionate assets
The agency is understood to have issued him the latest summons after taking cognisance of a CBI case against him linked to alleged possession of disproportionate assets.
The ED had earlier arrested Shivakumar on 3 September, 2019 in a money-laundering case and the Delhi High Court granted him bail in October that year
ED summons DK Shivakumar in money laundering case; Karnataka Cong leader says ready to cooperate, but questions timing
Karnataka Congress President DK Shivakumar alleged that he was being harassed and was unable to discharge his constitutional and political commitments
Karnataka Congress a 'united house'; party will fight polls under 'collective leadership': DK Shivakumar
"I am the least bothered about who becomes chief minister. I have a mandate that we should deliver Karnataka to the Congress party for the betterment of the state, and give good governance," said Shivakumar
The FIR against the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee President was filed on 3 October 2020
Rahul Gandhi gets initiated into the Lingayat sect: What's the community and why is it important to Karnataka politics?
Lingayats are the followers of the 12th-century saint-philosopher Basavanna. It is the single-largest community in Karnataka and is dominant in close to 100 of the 224 Assembly seats in the state, making it a very important vote bloc
Siddaramiah's 75th birthday: DK Shivakumar at former Karnataka CM's bash; traffic on Pune-Bengaluru highway
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, who is on a visit to Karnataka, is expected to attend the birthday celebrations of former chief minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah
The Income Tax Department conducted a search of Shivakumar's properties in Karnataka and Delhi on 2 August 2017
Santosh Patil, a BJP leader and contractor was found dead in a lodge in Udupi on 12 April. Patil had accused the then Karnataka Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Minister KS Eshwarappa of corruption
They accused the state government of insulting prominent religious, social and freedom movement figures like Basavanna, BR Ambedkar, Narayana Guru, Kuvempu, Bhagat Singh among others
The court issued summon order to DK Shivakumar taking cognisance of a chargesheet filed by the Enforcement Directorate
Approached by people offering Karnataka CM's post for Rs 2,500 crore: BJP's Basanagouda Patil Yatnal
Speaking at an event, the BJP leader said he asked the people who came to him whether they know how much Rs 2,500 crore was and "where to keep it, in a room or a godown"
DK Shivakumar said that the Congress party is protesting not for KS Eshwarappa's resignation but against corruption
The Congress leaders were demanding the arrest of Karnataka Minister KS Eshwarappa and registration of an FIR with the corruption charges against him for allegedly demanding commission from the deceased contractor
Congress chief DK Shivakumar and Telangana Minister KT Rama Rao engaged in friendly banter on Twitter, debating which was the better IT city, after entrepreneur Ravish Naresh complained about Bengaluru’s poor infrastructure
Karnataka plans to construct a balancing reservoir or a storage dam built downstream of the main reservoir to capture excess water that flows out – over the river Cauvery
Opinion| How Karnataka’s anti-conversion bill doesn’t violate Constitution or impede Freedom of Religion
There is no fundamental right to convert someone else under the Constitution. This means that there can be no challenge of a law that restricts conversion activity.
Karnataka introduces anti-conversion bill in Assembly amid much furore: What does the Bill say and why are many opposing it
The Karnataka Protection of Right to Freedom of Religion Bill, 2021, introduced by the Home Minister Araga Jnanendra, was highly opposed by the Congress with DK Shivakumar tearing up the legislation on the floor of the Assembly