Searches are underway in Srinagar, Baramulla, Pulwama, Awantipora, Sopore and Kulgam
DVAC files disproportionate assets case against former AIADMK minister C Vijayabaskar, raids 43 locations
Vijayabaskar is the fourth former AIADMK minister to be raided by the DVAC, after MR Vijayabaskar, SP Velumani and KC Veeramani.
According to the Ministry of Finance, during the searches, the tax officials found incriminating evidence that revealed that the goup had been engaged in obtaining accommodation entries.
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“Of this, Rs 487 crore has been admitted by the group entities as their undisclosed income,” said the ministry in an official statement.
The agency also conducted searches at 40 locations in other parts of the country, including New Delhi and Madhya Pradesh.
The searches were conducted at 34 locations in Kanchipuram, Vellore and Chennai on October 5.
Of the new cases, 78 were men, 34 women, and three transgender persons, and also include one girl and three boys.
The search operation was carried out at about 50 locations in six States, including Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
The total unaccounted income unearthed during the searches is estimated to be around Rs 550 crore till now, I-T sleuths said. The search operation was carried out at about 50 locations in six states.
Contractors in the Irrigation department were the prime target of the coordinated raids, according to sources in the I-T department.
These were accumulated over a decade and were found to be parked in bank accounts in Switzerland, UAE, Malaysia and several other countries, the statement said.
The 48-year-old actor said that he had been busy 'attending to a few guests' and that is why he was unable to be at the service of the people for the last four days.
The 48-year-old actor grabbed national spotlight for helping migrants reach their home states during the nationwide lockdown last year in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The incident in the office of property owner Jotikumar Jain took place on June 14 and the four were arrested on Thursday, an official said.