Income Tax case against Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh’s son: Hearing adjourned to Nov 18

The I-T department has also claimed of having several documents from the UK and Dubai related to Amarinder Singh and his son Raninder’s income and ‘trusts’ owned by them in foreign countries.

By: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published:October 13, 2017 3:37 am

THE COURT of additional sessions judge R K Berry Thursday adjourned the hearing of a revision petition in an income tax (I-T) evasion case allegedly involving Raninder Singh, son of Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, to November 18.

Raninder has filed revision petitions in two cases filed against him by the I-T department. His counsel Gurmukh Singh said lawyers for the I-T department attended the court hearing Thursday. As it was the first hearing in the petition filed by Raninder Singh, the court adjourned the matter to November 18. This case filed against Raninder by Income Tax department is under section 276-C (evasion of tax) of the I-T Act.

The case pertains to ‘properties’ and ‘concealed income’ allegedly owned by Raninder in several foreign countries.

The I-T department has also claimed of having several documents from the UK and Dubai related to Amarinder Singh and his son Raninder’s income and ‘trusts’ owned by them in foreign countries.

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