Three crore notice to rickshaw puller: Mathura police searching for GST registration firm in Delhi, office not found

A notice of Rs 3.43 crore was sent to the e-rickshaw driver by the Income Tax Department. In this matter, the Highway Police reached Delhi on Tuesday. The office of the GST registration firm was not found here. According to the police, prima facie the fake firm has also been formed in a fake manner. Even after scouring the whole day, nothing came to Delhi. The people around also denied the existence of any such firm.


E-rickshaw driver Pratap Chandra, resident of Amar Colony of Thana Highway, got a notice of 3.43 crore from the Income Tax Department. The Highway Police has started its investigation. On Tuesday, a police team reached Delhi under the leadership of SSI Surendra Singh Bhati of Thana Highway. In the GST registration, the address of the firm was written in Satyam Market, Shop No-18, West Delhi opposite Mother Dairy. But there was no office to be found there. In this regard, the SSI said that prima facie the firm itself appears to be fake. Despite this, the team is fully engaged to find the office.

duplicate pan card found from cyber cafe

The Income Tax Department had sent a notice of Rs 3.43 crore to Pratap Chandra, an e-rickshaw driver, resident of Amar Colony of Thana Highway. The turnover of his firm for the year 2018-19 was shown to be more than Rs 43 crores. E-rickshaw driver applied for PAN card on 15 March 2018 at Tejprakash Upadhyay’s Jan Suvidha Kendra Bakalpur. Pan card not received even after two months. Even after several rounds, to no avail. After this he got the duplicate PAN card from Girraj Maharaj Cyber ​​Cafe.


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