Gujarati Video: IT raids on the house and offices of Surat businessman Umar General continue for the fourth consecutive day – Gujarati Video IT raids on the house and offices of Surat businessman Umar General continue for the fourth consecutive day

by Ana Lopez

Surat: The raids of the IT department on the house and whereabouts of Surat businessman Umar General are continuing. His office, residence and related people are being searched by the IT department. The IT department is conducting a search operation at 14 locations of Umar General.

The IT department is still investigating the house and whereabouts of Surat businessman Umar General. For the third day in a row, the raids on Udyopati’s residences continued. Even on the third day, IT has received huge cash transactions. Office of Umar General, residential and related people are being searched by IT department there. Out of the 14 locations of Umar General, the IT department is conducting a search campaign, the IT department’s investigation has been completed at 10 locations. Along with this, 35 rooms in the factory and Umar’s bungalow at Mandvi have also been searched. More than 100 DI department officials have joined the investigation. Importantly, documents worth crores have been seized so far in the IT department’s investigation.

Income tax department teams have become active again nearing the end of March. There has been an uproar among the industrialists. The IT department has raided the house of businessman Umar General of Surat. The raids on Udyopati’s residences are still going on for the third day today. Documents worth crores have been seized so far in the investigation. Besides, officials are also looking for cash transactions. Officials are also investigating the Hawala angle.

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It took a day and a half just to check the 22 rooms

The industrialist’s bungalow is so big that it took one and a half days for the investigation team to check more than 22 rooms. Officials involved in the investigation said that most of the group’s turnover of Rs 300 crore consists of textile transactions. In which export is the main and the goods are also supplied in the local market. Some brands of clothes are also manufactured.

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