Published On : Sat, Dec 24th, 2016

After I-T raids, ex-chief secretary Rama Mohana Rao admitted to ICU

Chennai: Tamil Nadu’s ex-Chief Secretary P Rama Mohana Rao, whose premises was raided by the income tax department was this week, has been admitted to the Ramachandra hospital.

Rao was admitted to ICU after he complained of chest pain.

Rao was sacked as the chief secretary on December 22 following an I-T raid at his residence and office that led to the recovery of Rs 30 lakh in new notes and 5 kg of gold, along with documents with details of undisclosed assets worth Rs 5 crore.

The Income Tax department conducted a raid at the residences of Rao and his son Vivek in Chennai and also at his office at the Secretariat on Tuesday. The raids began at 5:30 am with over 20 officials searching Rao’s property. I-T officials carried out raids at 14 places. The Tamil Nadu Police and CRPF personnel were also present in his office at the Secretariat.

Raids were also carried out at the houses of Rao’s son in Thiruvanmiyur and daughter in Manapakkam near the Chennai international airport.

Raid at the chamber of Chief Secretary P Ramamohana Rao in Chennai