Central Bureau of Investigation

CBI REGISTERS A CASE AGAINST AN ADDITIONAL COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX; HIS WIFE & OTHERS FOR POSSESSION OF AN ALLEGED DISPROPORTIONATE ASSETS AND CONDUCTS SEARCHES AT 10 LOCATIONS

Press Release
New Delhi, 28.07.2017

The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case against an Additional Commissioner (TDS), Income Tax Department., Mumbai; his wife; a Chartered Accountant of Mumbai; MD of a private firm and a Director of private firm  U/s 109 of IPC and Section 13(2) r/w 13(1)(e) of PC Act 1988.

It has been alleged that the Additional Commissioner (an IRS Officer of 1992 Batch) during the period from 01.04.2008 to 30.04.2017 while working as public servant had acquired huge assets both movable and immovable in his name & in the name of his family members, which are beyond his known sources of income,  and abetted by his wife & other accused persons. It was further alleged that the accused had acquired assets both movable & immovable worth of Rs. 6,79,51,116/- (approx) by the end of the check period i.e. 30.04.2017 whereas the total income during the period was Rs. 1,43,44,299.77 (approx).

Searches are being conducted today at 10 locations including Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Thane, Silvassa and Karnal.

Further investigation is continuing.

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