CBI Records Case Against Released I-T Commissar SK Srivastava

New Delhi: The Central Investigation Bureau (CBI) registered a case against Sanjay Kumar Srivastava and others released on Saturday.
The case was registered against the IRS officials according to Articles 120-B, 420, 468 IPC and Article 7. P.C. The 1988 Act (amended in 2018) for cheating and forgery and abuse of office.
It was alleged that the Accused while being sent as CIT (A) -I Noida with an additional fee for CIT (A) -II, Noida allegedly decided on 104 income tax declarations in December 2018, while they were actually decided in June of 2019.
Srivastava allegedly issued orders in 13 cases that were outside his jurisdiction, and the orders made in the appeals were invested in the ITBA income tax system (using his RSA token) between 11th and 13th June 2019 after he abolished his duty .
It is further stated that the shipping records of the office were also manipulated to alter the sending of orders on June 7, while they were actually sent on June 14.
The CBI conducted searches in the residence and office of an accused official, which led to the return of incriminating documents, articles and electronic evidence.
In addition, jewelry worth 2.47 pounds was found, a cash amount of Rs 16.14 lakh, watches worth Rs 10 lakh and a balance of more than Rs1.30 crore in the bank accounts of the accused and his family members.
During the investigation, a bank cabinet was opened. The searches were carried out at the premises of some other private persons, say sources CBI.

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