Ranchi, Nov 8: Former Jharkhand chief Minister Madhu Koda was discharged from a city hospital and claimed he was 'innocent' in the Rs 2,000 crore hawala scam.
"I am innocent. I don't have any connections with anybody," Koda told reporters after he was discharged from Abdur Razzak Weavers Memorial Hospital.
According to IT department's Additional Director Ajit Srivastav, Koda will be questioned by IT officials as soon as he gets discharged from the hospital.
The Medical Superintendent of the hospital, P D Sinha, said Koda was medically fit to go home.
When asked whether Koda is fit to be question, Sinha said, "That is upto him (Koda) and the IT team...he has been discharged as he is medically fit."
IT sources said officials from the department will question Koda at his residence.
The sources said the Enforcement Directorate has been communicated about the IT department's move to question Koda and that they would be closely following the questioning.