Day 2 of I-T raid

Ultra-light aircraft seized from marriage palace in Jalandhar

LUDHIANA: The Income Tax Department’s raids continued at Bath Castle group in Ludhiana, Jalandhar and Nakodar on second day today.

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Ludhiana, December 28

The Income Tax Department’s raids continued at Bath Castle group in Ludhiana, Jalandhar and Nakodar on second day today. The department seized an ultra-light aircraft from the marriage palace in Jalandhar. Not only this, papers related to the possession of a helicopter were also found. However, no helicopter was found on the premises.

The department has sealed 10 bank lockers and Rs25 lakh cash was also seized. Nine business premises and six residential premises were raided by the IT sleuths. Papers related to investment in property and share market has also been recovered.

The department is hopeful of unearthing huge unaccounted money from the group. It has come to light that the staff did not mention the exact number of bookings at the marriage palaces. The data of clients has also been seized. — TNS

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