Piyush Jain is not alone, see the black money of these Dhannaseths, eyes will be torn


Piyush Jain is not alone, see the black money of these Dhannaseths, eyes will be torn

Piyush Jain is not alone, see the black money of these Dhannaseths, eyes will be torn


IT Raids in Kanpur: A total of 177 crores have been recovered from Piyush Jain's house in the action of Income Tax Department. After the raid, there were money in 13 boxes in the first consignment, while in the second consignment 17 boxes the entire amount is being deposited in the Reserve Bank.

crores of cash found in income tax raids at piyush jain know about big raid in india

Piyush Jain is not alone, see the black money of these Dhannaseths, eyes will be torn
Kanpur. You must have seen Ajay Devgan's film Raid, which was based on a true incident, based on a raid by the Income Tax Department in Uttar Pradesh. Ajay Devgan played the role of Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax in this film. The raid on which the film was made took place in 1981 at the house of big businessman and former Congress MLA Sardar Inder Singh. It is said that one crore cash, gold and silver ornaments were recovered in this raid. The memory of this raid has become fresh after the raids on the residence and places of Kannauj's big perfume trader Piyush Jain. But apart from Piyush Jain, there have been major raids in many states of the country in the past, in which the eyes of the officials were torn apart after seeing the piles of notes. So let's know about some big raids
177 crores from Piyush Jain's Kanpur hideout, 4 crores from Kannauj

On Thursday, the Income Tax Department team raided the residence and places of Kannauj's big perfume businessman Piyush Jain. The raids took place at locations in Mumbai, Kannauj and Kanpur. The action, which started simultaneously at all three places, is being said to last for two-three days. One team went to Kannauj, while the other stayed in Kanpur. Teams raided Piyush's hideouts in Mumbai along with Kanpur and Kannauj on Thursday morning. In Kanpur, the team has received Rs 177 crore so far, while in Kannauj Rs 4 crore has been seized.

Counting the money received from the bases of the 'Dhankuber' engineer, the officers lost their sweat

In Bihar too, many officers with disproportionate assets have been exposed. One of them is Ajay Kumar Singh, Executive Engineer of Rural Works Department. In December this year, a team of the Bihar Vigilance Team raided the premises of Ajay Kumar Singh. In this, lakhs of rupees in cash was found from the house of the engineer. The officers were blown away after seeing the bundle of notes. Apart from this, gold and silver ornaments were also found. The officials, who came to raid the engineer's house, had told that about 50 to 60 lakh rupees in cash have been recovered in the action. About 3 kg of silver and half a kg of gold were also found. Apart from this, many land deeds and bank passbooks were also in the hands of the monitoring team.

The officers were surprised to see the richness of T&CP officer Vijay Daryani in MP.

In Madhya Pradesh, on October 1 this year, the EOW team raided the place of T&CP officer Vijay Daryani, who did a job of 50 thousand. Then cash of Rs 19 lakh was also found from the house of T&CP officer Vijay Daryani in Indore. Not only this, the officers were also surprised to see the richness of Vijay. A large army of EOW officers had arrived to take action on Vijay Daryani. During this, there was a line of vehicles in the street. Vijay Daryani has a luxury farm house in Mountberg township, which is worth Rs 3 crore. Along with this, a bungalow in Ashish Nagar, which costs three crores. One apartment two flats, the cost of which is one crore rupees. He bought some properties in his mother's name. Along with this, land worth four crores was also found near it.

142 crore cash, 550 crore undeclared assets found in raids in pharmaceutical company in Hyderabad

The Income Tax Department had raided Hyderabad-based Hetero Pharmaceutical Group on October 6 this year. Unaccounted assets worth Rs 550 crore were unearthed in this raid. Surprisingly, after the raid, the department recovered more than Rs 142 crore in cash. A cupboard was filling with bundles of notes. The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) had said, "During the search, several bank lockers were found, out of which 16 were operated. Undisclosed cash worth Rs 142.87 crore was seized till then during the searches.
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