Money rate over Rs 1.64 crore, Mont Blanc pens of Rs 50 lakh, four luxurious SUVs and paperwork indicating benami resources of Rs 300 crore were recovered at some level of the I-T Department raids on premises linked to a retired IAS officer of Uttar Pradesh cadre, who served in top positions at some level ofMayawati’s chief ministership, officers acknowledged Wednesday.
The taxman had swooped down on a dozen premises linked to 1979-batch Indian Administrative Carrier officer Get Ram after it had “credible inputs” that the frail top bureaucrat and his associates possess made “accommodation or bogus entries of about Rs 95 crore from Kolkata-basically basically based shell companies” within the previous, together with within the post-demonetisation length.
They acknowledged after the over 26-hours prolonged searches, the division has recovered a whole of Rs 1.64 crore in cash from three homes in Lucknow and Delhi, while one other Rs 50 lakh is believed to be stashed in a monetary institution locker, which is able to soon be opened.
The officers acknowledged the frail bureaucrat used to be “negotiating” for a Lok Sabha sign from a occasion and that is when he came below the scanner of the tax division.
Officials furthermore recovered Mont Blanc pens of Rs 50 lakh, four ‘benami’ luxurious cars, together with a Mercedes and two Fortuners, and paperwork that level to unlawful resources rate spherical Rs 225 crore.
Documents associated to 30 shell companies, in which Get Ram’s family members and in-law’s were shareholders, were recovered and are being scrutinised. The searches resulted within the detection of six properties in posh locations of Delhi (KG Marg and GK-I) and Mumbai (Babulnath on Charni avenue and Huges avenue) and three homes in Kolkata bought “out of bogus portion capital of Rs 95 crore”, they acknowledged.
Get Ram used to be secretary to then Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati at some level of 2002-03, her third stint in vitality within the sigh. The officer has served in various capacities in UP, together with heading the excise, sugar industries and cane division, rate and registration, food and civil supplies division.