Bengaluru, Nov 16 A complaint has been filed with the directorate general of Income Tax (investigations) in connection with the lavish wedding that Gali Janardhan Reddy is organising for his daughter.
On one hand people are standing in queues to get their hard earned money exchanged and on the other such a lavish wedding is being organised the complaint also states.
T Narasimha Murthy in his complaint has questioned the extravagant nature of the wedding and has sought an investigation into the same. The wedding has raised many eye brows for the lavish settings and kind of money that is being spent.
Many in the BJP have decided to give the wedding to be held on Wednesday a skip. Sources say that the leaders decided to avoid the wedding since it comes at a time when the centre has unleashed havoc on black money in the form of demonetisation.
Reddy who was a minister in the BJP government in Karnataka was arrested for illegal mining in 2011. He spent almost three years in jail before being granted bail by the Supreme Court in 2015.