Chennai (Agencies): Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi's daughter Kanimozhi on Friday said she has not received any summons from the CBI, which is probing the 2G spectrum allocation scam.

"I haven't got anything of that kind," the DMK Rajya Sabha MP told a TV channel here when asked about reports that CBI may question her as part of its ongoing probe into the scam in which former Union Telecom Minister A Raja has been arrested.

Quizzed about CBI searches at the office of DMK-backed Kalaignar TV, she said she was not aware of it.

She refused to comment when asked if the latest development would affect DMK-Congress seat-sharing talks.

The CBI had earlier in the day carried out searches in the offices and residences of the top management of Kalaignar TV.

Later, Kanimozhi told reporters that Kalaignar TV "has nothing to hide", but refrained from making any comments on the channel's alleged links to the 2G spectrum scam.

She said that the channel's Managing Director Sharad Kumar had explained everything, in an apparent reference to his statement two days back denying any links in the 2G spectrum allocation scam.

She said she had "nothing to comment".

Ties with DMK won’t hamper: Cong

Congress on Friday expressed confidence that the CBI actions into the 2G Spectrum scam will have no bearing on its alliance with DMK in poll-bound Tamil Nadu, saying these are two different issues.

The party asserted that actions in the case were in line with the findings of the Supreme Court-monitored investigation.

"These are two different issues. Our alliance is a political alliance. What CBI is doing for further investigation, it is for them to explain the details of why they are taking action against certain individuals. As far as our alliance with DMK is concerned, it has nothing to with these matters," party spokesperson Shakeel Ahmed said.

His reaction came on a day when CBI carried out searches sin the offices and residences of top management of DMK first family run Kalaignar TV in connection with the 2G spectrum scam.



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