Sunil Kumar, a 45-year-old daily worker residing in Roorkee, Uttarakhand, was taken aback when he got a notification from the Income Tax Department requiring him to pay Rs 70 lakh in tax on his earnings. Following getting the notification, the employees’ senses fled. According to the income tax authority, the individual is operating a company in Delhi through which millions of rupees are traded with other businesses.
IT Issue 70 Lakh Rupees Notice to Daily Wage Worker
Roorkee (Roorkee) 45 years old Sunil Kumar ( Sunil Kumar ) A daily laborer called and was astonished to receive a notification from the Income tax department (income tax notice) requiring him to pay Rs 70 lakh in tax on his earnings. Following getting the notification, the employees’ senses fled. According to the Income Tax Authorities, the individual operates a company in Delhi through which millions of rupees are exchanged with other businesses. According to the report, this warning was given for failure to pay income tax Authorities have begun investigating the Tahrir of the victim.
A worker gets 500 rupees every month.
According to the Times of India, the I-T department notified Kumar, who earns about 500 rupees per day, on 10 March. The notification requests his PAN and states that he owes Rs 70,03,235 under Section 156 of the Income Tax Act for the supply of raw materials to a business in 2018. A local attorney by the name of Vikas Saini stated, “It appears that some crooks exploited their money to start a false company.”
He sold the fact that he had a firm registered in his name named M/s SGN Bross, Delhi, with a pan card of Sunil. A GST number has also been obtained under the same name His company has exchanged millions of rupees with other businesses. Owing to this, the Income Tax Department has given the notice The IT department in Shamli, Uttar Pradesh has given Sunil Kumar a notice for Rs 70 lakh.
A corporation operating in the name of labor
In fact, the I-T department reviewed the records of a private business in Meerut and discovered that it was a proprietary firm operating under Sunil Kumar’s pan number that supplied Rs 42 lakh worth of raw materials to another firm in Meerut. Previously, Kumar received notifications to appear before the Income Tax Agency, but he disregarded them because he believed they were unrelated.
The I.T. department then resolved their case and issued a one-party payment order for more than Rs 70 lakh Kumar, formerly of Shamli, Uttar Pradesh, has resided in Roorkee for the past seven years He informed the media that I handed some agents my Shamli-based property documents in exchange for bank loans to build my house in Roorkee a few years back. Apparently, he then created a phony company under my name.