Rs 120 crore hidden income, Rs 1.10 crore cash detected in I-T raids on Karnataka Congress MLA

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The Income Tax department on Saturday claimed to have detected undisclosed income worth Rs 120 crore and seized cash worth Rs 1.10 crore and 10 kg of gold after it conducted raids on a Congress MLA here earlier this week.

The department found that the undisclosed income was created by way of "unaccounted property investment and construction of commercial property, hospital, houses, withdrawal of bogus unsecured loans for the amount which is actually revenue receipt" and even some cash deposits made on account of renting out convention halls and paying guest accommodation.

In a similar instance last month, the department had claimed to have detected undisclosed assets worth over Rs 162 crore and seized Rs 41 lakh cash, besides over a dozen kg in gold and jewellery after searches were conducted on the premises of Karnataka Minister Ramesh L Jarkiholi and Mahila Congress president Laxmi R Hebbalkar.

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