Income Tax Raids On A Meat Trader’s Delhi-UP Premises, Allegations Of Buying Numerous Properties In Dubai Without Knowledge

The Income Tax Department is conducting raids in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana


Income Tax Raids

The income tax raids today began in Delhi’s most affluent neighborhood. Raids began at the Al Dua meat exporter’s office.

Along with a number of Income Tax officials, a paramilitary force is brought into the area.

On the spot, the Income Tax team is conducting a search operation in other parts of South Delhi for a company employee.

While the Income Tax Department team is conducting a raid at the office of the meat exporter Al Dua, they are also conducting search operations and raids at another location in South Delhi, arresting a company employee there.

Raids are underway in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana

Al Ahmed, a well-known meat seller from Uttar Pradesh, is the target of this operation. In addition to his workplace, firm officers and directors are the targets of raids. Raids are also being carried out by the Income Tax Department outside of Delhi in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana.

The Income Tax Department team has also taken custody of the factory-bungalow and numerous other locations owned by Haji Zaheer, the proprietor of Al Dua Meat Factory, in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh.

The local authorities have reportedly been excluded from the entire operation. Moreover, a team from a variety of different departments, aside from Income Tax, may also participate in this activity.

The corporation and other directors connected to the company have ties to Dubai, according to the information gathered. Furthermore alleged is the unlawful laundering of millions of rupees in India in order to purchase numerous homes in Dubai.

Al Hamad is a meat exporting business that is mostly owned by Haji Mohammad Zaheer. One of the largest meat vendors in Aligarh and Western Uttar Pradesh is Haji Zaheer. Several nations throughout the world, besides India, import beef from this region.

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