Director General of Income Tax (Vigilance), New Delhi may provide information concerning rampant corruption of PAN Card


The matter concerns Gautam Budh Nagar police have busted a gang of eight people who were unscrupulously misusing permanent account number (PAN) cards of 635,000 people for over five years and created 2,660 shell companies to evade Goods and Services Tax (GST) worth multiple crores, deputy commissioner of police (Noida) Harish Chander said on Thursday as reported Jun 02, 2023 04:48 AM IST by Hindustan Times. The suspects have been identified as Yasin Sheikh, 38, of Mumbai, Akash Saini, 21, of Sahibabad, Atul Sengar, 23, of Hathras, Avni, 25, of Noida, Deepak Murjani, 48, his wife Vinita, 45, Vishal, 20, and Rajeev, 38, (all Delhi). They were apprehended at their office in Madhu Vihar, Delhi. (Sunil Ghosh/HT Photo)  

Sought information-Central public Information Officer may provide the following formation to the information seeker.

1-The Vigilance set-up of the Income Tax Department is headed by the Director General of Income Tax (Vigilance). He is also the Chief Vigilance Officer of the organisation. He is responsible for taking the initial decision on complaints against Group-A officers. He is also required to maintain an up to date record of such complaints and their latest status, through the prescribed registers, for submission of quarterly reports to the CVC, DOP&T etc. All the complaints against Group-A officers are, therefore, required to be forwarded to him for registration in the CVC's register as well as for further necessary action.

Please provide information whether Huge scandal regarding misuse of PAN card and huge loss to the public exchequer unearthed by G.B. Nagar police is in the cognizance of the department and the department is taking action on it. 

2-Whether G.B. Nagar police informed the matter to the department or accountable staff of department are mute spectators of media reports regarding the huge scandal concerning the income tax not feasible without cooperation of staff of the department. Please provide information. 

3-Please provide the name and posting details of the C.V.O.Also provide the information whether he is taking cognizance of the reference matter or not. 

4-Provide the communication details exchanged with the Gautam Buddha Nagar police in the matter I do not need the copy of the communications.

CPIO May provide the aforementioned 4 point information within stipulated time of 30 days as prescribed under subsection 1 of section 7 of the right to information act 2005. 


Huge scandal regarding misuse of PAN card and loss to public exchequer unearthed by G.B. Nagar police reflects the incompetence of CBI.

Grievance Status for registration number : MINHA/E/2023/0011721


Grievance Concerns To Name Of Complainant-Yogi M. P. Singh, Date of Receipt- 04/06/2023, Received By Ministry/Department-Home Affairs


Grievance Description-Home Affairs >> Complaint for security agencies


An application under Article 51A of the constitution of India to make enquiry regarding large scale tax evasion because of the corruption in the department of Central board of Direct taxes and indirect taxes.


The matter concerning the failure of the Central bureau of investigation which is the premier investigating agency of the Government of India. I had made the complaint regarding the blatant misuse of my PAN card to the Central bureau of investigation in the zonal office Chandigarh. Initially they assured to take action after thorough checking of the documents but later they refused to take action in the matter by taking the recourse that matter has been already submitted before the State Bank of India and department of income tax. For more details, wide attached documents to the grievance.


The Syndicate arrested by the Gautam Buddh Nagar police was the responsibility of the Central bureau of investigation but they failed to detain these criminals causing heavy loss to the public exchequer by colluding with the department of income tax.


The Gautam Budh Nagar police have busted a gang of eight people who were unscrupulously misusing permanent account number (PAN) cards of 635,000 people for over five years and created 2,660 shell companies to evade Goods and Services Tax (GST) worth multiple crores, deputy commissioner of police (Noida) Harish Chander said on Thursday.


The suspects have been identified as Yasin Sheikh, 38, of Mumbai, Akash Saini, 21, of Sahibabad, Atul Sengar, 23, of Hathras, Avni, 25, of Noida, Deepak Murjani, 48, his wife Vinita, 45, Vishal, 20, and Rajeev, 38, (all Delhi). They were apprehended at their office in Madhu Vihar, Delhi. (Sunil Ghosh/HT Photo)


Honourable sir, large scale misuse of PAN card is only showing rampant corruption in the department of income tax and Central bureau of investigation has been fail to perform its duties. Central buro of investigation has been so impotent that its responsibilities are fulfilled by the Uttar Prad

 

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Registration Number DGIVN/R/E/23/00100

Name Yogi M P Singh

Date of Filing 25-08-2023

RTI Fee Received    10

Payment Mode Internet Banking, Credit or Debit Card / RuPay Card, UPI

SBI Reference number IK0CKQWXD1

Transaction Status Completed Successfully

Request filed with Director General of Income Tax (Vigilance), New Delhi

  Contact Details  

Telephone Number 01121420813

Email Id delhi.ddit.hq.vig.coord@incometax.gov.in

Online RTI Request Form Details

RTI Request Details :-

   

RTI Request Registration number DGIVN/R/E/23/00100

Public Authority Director General of Income Tax (Vigilance), New Delhi

   

Personal Details of RTI Applicant:-

Name Yogi M P Singh

Gender Male

Address Surekapuram colony, Shri Laxmi Narayan Baikunth Ma , Riva Road, Mirzapur city PIN Code 231001

Country India

State Uttar Pradesh

Status Urban

Educational Status Literate

  Above Graduate

Phone Number Details not provided

Mobile Number +91-7379105911

Email-ID yogimpsingh[at]gmail[dot]com

Request Details :-

Citizenship Indian

Is the Requester Below Poverty Line ? No

(Description of Information sought (upto 500 characters)

Description of Information Sought

The application is attached to this online application and CPIO may provide the point wise information to the applicant by taking the perusal of the attached pdf documents.


Concerned CPIO Nodal Officer

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Enter Registration Number DGIVN/R/E/23/00100

Name Yogi M P Singh

Received Date 25/08/2023

Public Authority Director General of Income Tax (Vigilance), New Delhi

Status RTI REQUEST RECEIVED

Date of action 25/08/2023

Nodal Officer Details :-

Telephone Number 01121420813

Email Id delhi[dot]ddit[dot]hq[dot]vig[dot]coord[at]incometax[dot]gov[dot]in

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