NEW DELHI (AFP) - India’s prime minister insisted Thursday his government had nothing to do with a raid on a top opposition politician’s home, a day after the politician’s party pulled out of the ruling coalition. M.K. Stalin, a key powerbroker in the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) who is also the son of the party’s leader, reacted furiously after investigators searched his home as part of a tax probe, calling it a political “vendetta”. Stalin described the officers from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) as the “dead hand” of the main ruling Congress party and said they had targeted his home in the southern city of Chennai for no good reason.