As part of a survey, the Income Tax Department only covers the business premises of a company and does not raid residences and other locations of its promoters or directors. According to the details, the mobile phones of the employees were seized and they were asked to go home, while those working on the afternoon shift at the BBC's Delhi office were asked to work from home.
The Income Tax Department has detected financial irregularities of over Rs 650 crore after it raided two film production companies, two talent management companies and a leading actress, the Central Board of Direct Taxes claimed on March 4, but did not take any names. The statement from the Central Board of Direct Taxes came as raids continued on the homes and offices of Bollywood actor Taapsee Pannu, director Anurag Kashyap and his partners who launched the now-shuttered Phantom Films. The searches also covered the celebrity and talent management companies KWAN and Exceed. Mumbai Khabar brings to you the top news of the day. Watch this video to know more!
In a massive move against some big Bollywood personalities, Income Tax Department officials carried out raids on 3rd March at the premises of filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, actor Taapsee Pannu and filmmaker Vikas Bahl in Mumbai, over alleged tax evasion, as per reports. A source revealed that multiple teams of the agency’s sleuths were allegedly carrying out searches at over 22 locations in Mumbai and Pune, including premises linked to producer Madhu Mantena, popular celebrity management agencies KWAN and Exceed, as well as several other places, including the premises of Kashyap, Bahl, Mantena and Vikramaditya Motwane’s former production house Phantom Films.
03 March,2021 12:00 AM IST
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