Police in uniform can be avoided during income tax raids
During the raids at the award ceremony, the issue of police personnel accompanying the Income Tax officials was raised by Kailash Jogani, the former chairman of the chamber.
Nagpur: Three city-based businessmen – Chairman of Urich Group Krishna Kumar Taori, Laxmikant Gopal of Kalpana Group, and Pankaj Thakare of Technosoft Integrated Systems were honored with the annual awards of NCCL on Monday.
During the raids at the award ceremony, the issue of police personnel accompanying the Income Tax officials was raised by Kailash Jogani, the former chairman of the chamber. He was also the President in the previous term.
Kailash Jogani, a chartered accountant, has also said that during the search and seizure operations, the police also accompany the taxpayers to give them complete protection. However, they may also come in plain clothes instead of in uniform. He has also said that the presence of policemen not only scares the person whose premises are raided, but also causes social embarrassment.
Kailash Jogani has also later pointed out that Income Tax raids cannot be compared with action against criminals where high security is very much needed. It cannot be denied that there is a great need for protection for the tax authorities. Although excessive police presence, especially in uniform, can only be avoided, They said.
NCCL is estimated to have around 12,000 members through its constituent associations
Given the example of Vedanta Foxconn and Tata Airbus going to Gujarat, he has also said that Vidarbha cannot be called a backward region at all. Because it has the infrastructure, industrial investment is very less. Despite the loss of very important leaders, this can happen due to a lack of political will. Only a few MoUs signed during business summits have translated into actual investments, They said, A call has also been given to start the metro route connecting Pardi very soon.
The present Chairman of Nagpur Chamber of Commerce Limited, Govind Pasari has asked the members to be fully prepared to face the brand new challenges in business. Also asking them not to be intimidated by the digital age, He has also said that businessmen should also change themselves with the changing times. Secretary Tarun Nirban has also stressed the timely up-gradation of technical tools by the traders.
Established in the year 1932, NCCL is also estimated to have around 12,000 members through its constituent associations.
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