India, July 20 -- Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati on Friday said the Centre and its agencies should set up an inquiry into the wealth of the leaders of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.

The comment came a day after the Income Tax department attached a plot belonging to her brother, Anand Kumar, and his wife, Vichiter Lata. The property, in Noida, is worth Rs. 400 crore.

The provisional order for the attachment of the seven-acre plot, 'beneficially owned' by Kumar and Lata, was issued on July 16 by the Delhi-based Benami Prohibition Unit (BPU) of the I-T department.

Accusing BJP of 'targeting her family', Mayawati said, "The movable and immovable assets of BJP leaders when they joined politics and the property they own now must be l...