The premises of the son of Rashtriya Janata Dal MP, P.C. Gupta and a few other businessmen were also searched. A team of almost 100 tax department officials and police personnel are carrying out the raids.
"People and businessmen connected to the land deals involving Lalu Prasad and his family are being searched".
Prasad's daughter has bought nearly seven acres of land worth Rs 100 crores for just about 1.4 crores through mysterious business entities that have allowed her to make huge profits at their expense.
BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi had recently alleged that Lalu Yadav and his family members had amassed "benami property" worth Rs 115 crore in a posh area of New Delhi through a shell company.
More than a dozen senior RJD leaders have visited Lalu Prasad at 10, Circular Road, his official residence, in high security zone, not far away from Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's official residence in Patna, since Tuesday morning after the IT conducted raids. Lalu's younger son Tejashwi Yadav is the deputy chief minister of Bihar. Lalu Prasad jhukney aur darney wala nahin.
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Political analysts said that Lalu, facing a barrage of corruption charges, has tried to send across a message to the BJP as well as the JD (U) that any fresh unity among the two parties would not affect him and he will single-handedly take on the BJP.
The leader who himself is allegedly found to have been talking to dreaded criminal languishing in jail, said "the country is not safe in BJP hands as it is hell-bent on dividing society and create hatred among different communities to continue in power at all cost". "The Congress is of the stand that if corruption evidence is found against any one, go ahead to take action", he said.
According to Prasad, it has now dawned on the opposition that the BJP is winning successive elections and people's faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi is increasing because of the enhanced ethical quotient in governance and decision-making.
Ravi Shankar Prasad had also alleged that all the companies owned by Lalu and his family members had no employees, business activities or turnover. "Neither Chidambaram nor any Congress leader or any other leader of opposition will be deterred, would be cowed down or would fear the politics of revenge and vendetta".
Challenging the Centre to reveal the names of the 22 places raided, the former Bihar chief minister said, "At least tell which 22 places were raided, you illiterates".