According to IT department sources, the investor companies of Gadkari's Purti group, which were started with paid-up capital of about Rs2,000 to Rs3,000 are fake and inquiries revealed that there was not a single books of accounts maintained by these companies
Mumbai: A week after conducting an open inquiry on the premises of companies which invested in Purti Sugar & Power run by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Nitin Gadkari, the Directorate General of Income Tax (Investigations) officials has shared the retrieved information with their Pune counterparts, reports PTI.
The Income Tax (I-T) department had conducted a pan-India inquiry on premises of companies which had invested in Purti Sugar & Power, while it had conducted inquiries at 12 places in Mumbai.
"It was the Pune DG who sought our help to conduct the inquiry. So, after the inquiry, we have submitted our findings to the Pune DG, which will investigate the case further and will submit their report to the appropriate authorities," an I-T department source said.
The Income Tax department's Mumbai office also shared recorded statements of 13 people who were mentioned as "directors" in the initial company that was floated.
According to IT department sources, these companies in Mumbai, which were started with paid-up capital of about Rs2,000 to Rs3,000 are fake and inquiries revealed that they did not even find their books of accounts.
Earlier, the IT department had said that people who were mentioned as "directors" are men of no means and most of them are security guards, labourers and astrologers.
I-T sleuths at various locations had also found that offices were being made to look like genuine companies registered with the Registrar of Companies (RoC).
DHFL said the variable rate of interest for home loans of up to Rs15 lakh has been cut to 10.75% from 11%, while for those above Rs30 lakh but up to Rs75 lakh will come at 11.25%
Mumbai: Mortgage lender Dewan Housing Finance Corporation (DHFL) has cut its home loan lending rates by 0.25% across categories for new customers, reports PTI.
This is a second rate cut by the lender within a month.
The variable rate of interest for loans of up to Rs15 lakh has been cut to 10.75% from 11%, while for those above Rs30 lakh but up to Rs75 lakh will come at 11.25% and those above Rs75 lakh at 11.75%, DHFL said in a statement.
It had earlier cut rates by 0.25% on 10th October.
The retail segment, especially the home loan vertical, is seeing some aggressive play by bankers in the recent months as the demand from the large borrowers is drying up due to gloomy economic conditions.
CIC asked the market regulator to make public names of entities which were allegedly involved in the insider trading of shares of Reliance Petroleum in 2007