Officials use hi-tech tools to nail Keventers on fudged sales figures
According to the spokesperson of Delhi government, the officers raided the shop at 2 pm on Thursday and found Rs 10.62 lakh cash in the cash counter of <g data-gr-id="31">Keventers</g>. “As per the returns filed, the dealer is showing sales of around Rs 25,000 per day whereas, during the 5-6 hours survey, the dealer made a sale of Rs 60,500. The cash amount found was 40 times of the daily sales reported,” said the spokesperson of the Delhi government.
The dealer was confronted with evidence gathered there on which he agreed to deposit a tax of Rs five lakh forthwith immediately. “It has been gathered that the dealer was declaring one fifth of his actual sales and GTO. He was <g data-gr-id="28">under declaring</g> six times of his taxable income. The officials of the department will conduct default assessment of the dealer for the last six years and it is expected that tax amounting to Rs 1.25 crore would be realised,” he added.
The officers, before raiding <g data-gr-id="24">Keventers</g>, conducted a survey to get intelligence inputs by using spy cameras and magic eyes to assess the real sale of the <g data-gr-id="25">shop per</g> day and analysed all the data to assess his income. On the basis of credential information that the dealer was substantially suppressing his sales as well as GTO, recce of the premises was done for two days in which videography was also conducted of an entire business day of <g data-gr-id="26">Keventers</g> run by M/s R K & Company. It is important to mention that the government has announced to conduct raids only after specific intelligence inputs so that honest <g data-gr-id="27">tax payers</g> are not harassed.