The Enforcement Directorate has filed a charge sheet against Karnataka Congress President D K Shivakumar and others in the alleged money laundering case. The prosecution complaint is filed under various sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act before a Delhi court today before a Special Judge. The case is based on Income Tax department charge sheet filed against Shivakumar and others for alleged tax evasion and hawala dealings. The IT department has accused Shivakumar and his associate S K Sharma of transporting huge amounts of unaccounted cash through hawala channels with the help of three other accused. The IT raid in 2017 had recovered a total amount of 10 crore rupees including 2.5 crore rupees from his Bangeluru property. The ED had registered a money laundering case against them in September 2018. D K Shivakumar was arrested by the ED in this case in 2019 and later released on bail. Meanwhile, The enforcement directorate (ED) is conducting raids today on seven premises belonging to Maharashtra transport minister Anil Parab. The raids are being conducted regarding a land deal case. It is to be noted that, ED has summoned Parab earlier also and after questioning for long hours, he was allowed to go home. ED has registered a new case under the criminal sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering ACT (PMLA) against Parab. ED officials reached to Parab’s home in Bandra and official residence in Marine Drive today morning. Simultaneously searches are being carried out at his Ratnagiri and Dapoli residences.