A rickshaw puller in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura district has received a notice from the Income Tax Department to pay Rs 3.47 crore to him. The Income Tax Department could not believe these notices.
After receiving the notice, the rickshaw puller approached the police. Here Pratap Singh of Amar Colony of Bakalpur area has lodged a complaint with the highway police station and claimed to have been cheated. He got a notice from the Income Tax Department. SHO Anuj Kumar said that no case has been registered on the basis of Singh’s complaint, but the police will definitely look into the matter. This case is being considered as the handiwork of the mastermind of the bogus bill.
SBI YONO ITR Filing: By following these steps, you will get extra benefits, know how
According to media reports, Pratap Singh had applied for a PAN card at the Jan Suvidha Kendra. Because his bank had asked him to submit his PAN card. The center operator said that his card will come in a month. But didn’t come. After checking the records, it was found that the courier company has given this card to the person named Sanjay Singh, who runs the cyber cafe. Whereas according to the rules of the courier, this PAN card is given to the person in whose name it is. When the rickshaw puller made rounds, he was given a color print of the PAN card. The rickshaw puller was unaware that businesses worth crores of rupees were running in his name.
The vicious ones who blew the real PAN card of the rickshaw driver. He got the GST number in his name and did a turnover of about Rs 43.44 crore in a single year (2018-2019). Due to the MoU between Income Tax and GST, both the departments share data with each other. In the investigation of this data sharing, the software of Income Tax’s Project Insight found this case suspicious. Because the return was not being filed in spite of huge turnover in it. Notice was sent to PAN card holders in February 2020. Notice by notice sent. Which probably didn’t even reach the rickshaw puller.
Unaccounted investment revealed in IT raid on digital company working for Congress
When this notice was informed by the rickshaw driver, the victim was stunned to see the notice of such amount. After this he reached the Income Tax Department with a copy of the Income Tax notice, then the Income Tax officials directly said that you deposit the money, otherwise action will be taken against you or you should file an FIR in the police station. After this, Pratap Singh reached the police station highway and lodged a written complaint.
Facebook us for social media updates (https://www.facebook.com/moneycontrolhindi/) and Twitter (.) to follow.