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FIR Against the Members of ITAT- CBI Raid
« on: July 07, 2021, 01:50:18 PM »
Recently CBI has raided two members of ITAT and FIR has also been registered against them, charges are of disproportionate asset. The way things are moving here in ITAT it is inevitable, members are halted at one station for more than 5 years ignoring the guidelines of Supreme Court in AJay Gandhi, involvement of Calcutta personalty again in ITAT, all these things have tarnished the image and that is why this present raid has happened. It has been observed by the intelligence people that big cases are done, where calcutta hero is involved, and small cases are decided in favour of revenue in order to balance the asset and liablity side of balance sheet. Now in these days if an advocate raise a voice against corruption his voice is dumped and lobby against him made by the members in which it is resolved that they will destroy the practice of that advocate. Forgetting that making an advocate empty will hurt them more and more. As the advocate has nothing to lose he may continue somewhere else but they have govt job. Nonetheless some more action would come in coming days I will update my fellow brothers at this platform. The raid was conducted on 01.07.2021


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Re: FIR Against the Members of ITAT- CBI Raid
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2021, 08:03:38 PM »
New Delhi, Jul 2 (PTI) The CBI has filed an FIR against an IRS officer posted as member of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal for allegedly amassing assets worth over Rs 3.51 crore in 10 years which were disproportionate to his legitimate income, officials said Friday.
The agency booked Dasi Sadhu Sundar Singh, Accountant Member, ITAT, Visakhapatnam, under provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act for allegedly amassing assets to the tune of Rs 4.71 crore between April 1, 2008, and October 31, 2018, of which Rs 3.51 crore were found to be disproportionate, they said.

The assets were amassed in his and his family members'' names, they said.

"Searches were conducted at the office and residential premises of the accused and his relatives at Visakhapatnam and Hyderabad which led to the recovery of Rs 4.42 lakh and certain incriminating documents. A sum of Rs 3.70 lakh was also recovered during searches from other person," CBI spokesperson R C Joshi said. PTI ABS NSD