According to a statement from Central Board of Direct Taxes, the searches were carried out at 27 premises in Chennai, Mumbai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy, Thrissur, Nellore, Jaipur and Indore.
She stated that there is no property in her name in Paris or payment receipts made to her, to the tune of Rs 5 crore.
CBDT had recently received various representations from across the country requesting a relaxation in the guidelines determining residential status for the fiscal year 2020-21.
The searches were being carried out in over 30 locations in Mumbai and Pune, officials said.
The inspection was carried on a leading Chennai-based tiles and sanitary ware unit
Premises of Haryana MLA who withdrew support to Khattar-led BJP government and backed farmers raided
Sleuths of the I-T department conducted raids at the residences and offices of Independent MLA Balraj Kundu at Rohtak and Gurugram in Haryana.
It was found that the management of MSN Pharma failed to submit proper IT returns and concealed details of sources of income.
Nine bank lockers have also been found during the search, the Central Board of Direct Taxes, which frames policy for the tax department, said.
The colleges had also diverted the cash collected for non-charitable purposes by the trustees.
The searches began at around 18 locations in Betul and Satna in BJP-ruled MP, Mumbai and Solapur in Maharashtra and TMC-ruled West Bengal’s capital Kolkata.
A release by the department through PIB says that so far, the evidence gathered indicates that the money has been accepted as illegal capitation fees by manipulating the online admission process.
Thee Union Budget has now taken this ambitious measure that would consequentially eliminate the most decisive part in promoting justice – the 'Oral Hearing'.
The I-T Department seized Rs 87 lakh cash and jewellery worth Rs 61 lakh during the searches that were launched on February 5 at 17 locations in Kolkata, Haidwar and Bhubaneswar.
Suffice to say, nothing of that sort happened and owing to stretched valuations and the advent of Covid-19, the equity markets received a slam dunk after an initial uptick.
'I would say what has been hitherto the perception outside that we are tax enforcers, I would like to change it to as being perceived as tax facilitators,' Mody said at a PHDCCI event.