The struggle between the West Bengal Governing administration and Central Govt appears to be intensifying. The Kolkata Police has not summoned a few Earnings Tax office officers in link with a suspected case of tax evasion. The IT Department had conducted raids past a long time in relationship with what is suspected to be tax evasion to the tune of Rs. 8200 crores.
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As for every reports, the IT Division has supposedly found evidence of tax evasion by corporates and politicians next its raid on inventory brokers in 2019. The anti-fraud area of the Kolkata Law enforcement is investigating the issue and the notie was issued underneath CrPC Portion 41(A) by the Hare Street law enforcement station in Kolkata. The IT officials have been summoned for questioning on Sunday.
The choice will come a day just after the Central Govt recalled a few IPS officers from West Bengal on central deputation adhering to the assault on BJP president J.P. Nadda by alleged Trinamool Congress employees. The BJP President’s convoy was attacked on Thursday and many BJP leaders which includes Kailash Vijayvargiya was wounded in the procedure.
BJP chief JP Nadda and party’s nationwide normal secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya’s convoy was attacked in West Bengal, as the two leaders have been en route Diamond Harbour on Thursday. As the senior leaders had been headed towards Diamond Harbour to meet get together cadres, protesters collected on the streets and attempted to block the street to prevent Nadda’s convoy from passing. Protesters also pelted stones at the car.
Video clips have surfaced exactly where protestors carrying Trinamool Congress flags are viewed throwing stones and bricks at Kailash Vijayvargiya’s car or truck, while the state police stand like mute spectators. Governor Dhankar mentioned that he had summoned Chief Secretary and the West Bengal DGP to update him relating to the attack on the convoy of BJP President JP Nadda but Dhankar claimed that as usual, the Mamata Banerjee’s official and the WB law enforcement remained non-responsive on the make any difference.