CBI REGISTERS A CASE AGAINST COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX AND OTHERS FOR POSSESSION OF ALLEGED DISPROPORTIONATE ASSETS

CBI Press Release New Delhi, 06.02.2017

The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case against Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals), New Delhi; his wife and unknown others U/s 109 of IPC and 13(1)(e) r/w 13(2) of PC Act for possession of an alleged disproportionate assets of approximately Rs.4.28 crore.

It was alleged that the said officer (IRS:1988 Batch) while working as public servant in different capacities from the post of ACIT to Commissioner of Income Tax has amassed immovable and movable properties in his name & in the name of his family members which were disproportionate to the known sources of his income.

Searches were conducted today at 12 places, including Chennai, Surat, Saharsa(Bihar) and Delhi which led to recovery of incriminating documents related to information of properties and some companies in the name of his wife, mother & son. Searches were also conducted at the premises of some Chartered Accountants at Chennai and Surat who were allegedly associated with the said officer. Further investigation is continuing.


Source: http://cbi.nic.in/pressreleases/pr_2017-02-06-1.php

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