A complaint was filed with the ICAC yesterday alleging pro-government candidate Choy So-yuk offered inducements to voters after an election rally. Ms Choy, a Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong candidate in the Hong Kong Island constituency, has denied knowledge of the incident. She welcomed a probe by the Independent Commission Against Corruption, saying it would clear her name. Leung Kwok-hung, an independent candidate running in New Territories East, yesterday filed a complaint with the ICAC against Ms Choy. Tang Chui-chung, a candidate running in Hong Kong Island, accompanied him to make the complaint. Mr Tang said there was enough information for the ICAC to proceed with an investigation. 'There are reports that people paid only $25 for a tour and seafood lunch, and canvassing materials were distributed along the way. An investigation would be good for Ms Choy because, if she has not done it, she has nothing to fear,' Mr Tang said. Ms Choy's campaign team has been accused of arranging sightseeing visits and lunches for up to 200 supporters from the Hong Kong Federation of Fujian Associations after they took part in a rally on Sunday morning in support of her. Ms Choy was furious yesterday when asked whether the incident would cost her votes. 'The meals had nothing to do with me or the election,' she said. 'There is nothing wrong with people unrelated to me treating their friends to dinner. My opponents always seize on trivial things to make up stories.'