Undisclosed foreign assets of more than Rs. 200 crore detected by Income Tax Department

Undisclosed foreign assets of more than Rs. 200 crore detected by Income Tax Department apart from domestic tax evasion of more than Rs. 30 crore 
Income Tax Department has recently conducted searches on 23rd July, 2019 in a group covering 13 premises across 3 States (namely Delhi, Haryana & Himachal Pradesh).
As per Press Release issued by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) in this regard, the said group, controlled by persons who have significant political presence in a neighbouring State for decades and are occupying responsible political positions, has been generating large amounts of undisclosed income over several decades.
However, the press release do not specify the names of the concern persons and is silent on this issue.
It further says that evidence detected so far reveals undisclosed cash dealings of huge amounts in immovable property transactions, construction etc.
According to the release, the black money generated in India through various means has been stashed abroad in the form of lavish properties in the names of foreign trusts/companies located in tax havens.
The release further states that such foreign holdings of the main persons have remained hidden for decades beneath complex multi – layered structures, located in different countries including BVI, Panama, UK, UAE & Jersey. These structures have involved various front men and corporations across Continents. One of the persons covered during the search operation was trying to obtain citizenship of a Caribbean Island.
The investigation, which has successfully lifted the mask, has detected undisclosed foreign assets of the said persons of more than Rs. 200 crore, apart from domestic tax evasion of more than Rs. 30 crore which, may, inter alia lead to severe criminal consequences under the Black Money Act, 2015, apart from action under the Income Tax Act, 1961. These findings may also have multi agency ramifications, added the Press Release.

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