At least six Kwun Tong district councillors were helping an ICAC inquiry last night into allegations they made false claims for expenses. It is understood several councillors' assistants were also helping the inquiry at the anti-graft body's Central headquarters. Officers from the Independent Commission Against Corruption are believed to have visited the offices of some councillors and taken away computers and files. Democratic Party vice-chairman and lawyer Albert Ho Chun-yan reportedly visited the ICAC yesterday afternoon to inquire into the case. It is understood one of those being questioned is a Democratic Party member. Mr Ho failed to return calls from the South China Morning Post last night. It is believed the Democratic Party held an emergency meeting last night but it was not known whether this was connected with the inquiry. The ICAC declined to comment on the case.