India: UP rikshaw puller served notice of Rs 3 crore by Income Tax department, files police complaint

A cart puller moved toward the police in this Uttar Pradesh locale on Sunday after he was served a notification by the Income Tax (IT) office, requesting that he pay over Rs 3 crore. Pratap Singh, an inhabitant of Amar Colony in the Bakalpur region here, presented a grumbling at the Highway police headquarters, guaranteeing misrepresentation, after he got the notification from the IT office .

Station House Office (SHO) Anuj Kumar said no case was enlisted based on Singh’s grumbling however the police will investigate the matter. In the interim, Singh transferred a video cut on the online media in which he portrayed the succession of occasions.

He said on March 15, he applied for a PAN card at the Jan Suvidha Kendra in Bakalpur, possessed by Tej Prakash Upadhyay, as his bank had requested that he submit it.

Thusly, he got a shaded copy of the PAN card from one Sanjai Singh (versatile no. 9897762706) of Bakalpur.

Since he is uneducated, he was unable to separate between a unique PAN card and a shaded copy of something similar, the cart puller said in the clasp. He needed to run from one place to another for around 90 days to get his PAN card.

Singh said he got a call from IT authorities on October 19 and was served a notification, requesting that he pay Rs 3,47,54,896.

He said the authorities let him know that somebody had mimicked him and gotten a GST number on his name for maintaining a business and the turnover of the broker for 2018-19 was Rs 43,44,36,201.

Singh said he was exhorted by the IT authorities to get a FIR held up as someone had submitted extortion mimicking him.

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