KOLKATA: Central Board of Direct Taxation (CBDT) has found notes worth several crores. The notes were stashed in almirahs and stacks in the premises of a Kolkata based Tamil businessman.
CBDT has unearthed a major financial racket in Kolkata and more than 30 crores have been found.
The money that was recovered from nine different locations in Kolkata was allegedly being sent to Dubai via Hawala route.
The two companies, Future Plus Enterprises and General Systems in Kolkata and the two kingpins who have been identified as S. Nagarajan and Sansiego Martin, have been alleged with running of this racket.
First Published | 24 September 2015 4:21 PM