Minister of State for Finance Shiv Pratap Shukla said that in the last financial year 2.09 lakh people gave details of their own tax from income tax which was not returned earlier. Such people received the tax of Rs 6,416 crore. In a written reply in the state, he said that the IT said that 3.04 lakh people have been issued notices after the ban was deposited with cash of more than 10 lakhs, but they did not file income tax returns till the due date. Was
Shukla said, “As a result, the amount of Rs 6,416 crore filing returns by non-filers (2.08 lakh) has not been filed by the non-filers. He said that in the last financial year, direct tax collections increased by 18% to Rs 10.03 lakh crore in the last financial year. Apart from personal advance tax and personal self-assessment, collection: 23.4 percent and 29.9 percent were increased. The work, Enforcement Directorate, has registered 37 cases of the provisions of the Anti-Monetary Prevention Act, 2002 regarding irregularities related to the ban on bonds.
Shukla said, “In these cases, the result of the inquiry resulted in the sale of properties worth Rs. 144.71 crores and 7.538 kg gold were seized. In relation to financial irregularities related to cards, notebooks, PMLA 2022 provisions fell 18 months.