Names of nearly 300 rich Indians, including businessmen, are included in the ‘Pandora Papers’ revealing the financial assets of rich people around the world.
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According to the Official Spokesperson of CBDT, the Government has today directed that an inquiry into the leaks of Pandora Papers (Pandora’s Box documents) be conducted and will be headed by the CBDT Chair, comprising representatives of CBDT, Enforcement Directorate, Reserve of India. Banks and Financial Intelligence Unit will be involved. Also Read – Pandora Paper Leak: Big disclosure of financial transactions of influential personalities, what is this Pandora Paper Leak case
The Government has directed today that, investigations in cases of Pandora Papers leaks will be monitored headed by the Chairman, CBDT, having representatives from CBDT, Enforcement Directorate, Reserve Bank of India & Financial Intelligence Unit: Official spokesperson, CBDT
— ANI (@ANI) October 4, 2021
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Let us tell you that the names of hundreds of wealthy Indians, including businessmen, are also included in the ‘Pandora Papers’, which has disclosed the financial assets of rich people around the world.
The names of hundreds of wealthy Indians, including businessmen, are also included in the ‘Pandora Papers’, which has revealed the financial assets of rich people around the world. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists released this report, which was prepared with the help of 600 journalists from 150 media organizations in 117 countries. This report is being dubbed the ‘Pandora Papers’ (documents from Pandora’s box) because it gave information about the hidden wealth of influential and corrupt people and how these people have made thousands of billions of dollars worth of illegal wealth. Used accounts abroad to hide.
The names of more than 300 Indians are included in this list. Anil Ambani, Vinod Adani, Jackie Shroff, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Nira Radia, Sachin Tendulkar and Satish Sharma are included in the list of Indians of Pandora Papers that have come out so far. However, many of these Indians have vehemently denied the allegations of doing something wrong.
Oxfam India has appealed to the authorities to take immediate action and end the tax havens of tax evaders after the Pandora Papers busted.
Amitabh Behar, CEO, Oxfam India, said, “Governments around the world lose US$427 billion every year because of tax evasion hideouts. Developing countries are being affected the most by this. Corporations and wealthy individuals who use a haven for tax evaders are outranked by those who do not. Tax havens help crime and corruption flourish. Many of those whose names have appeared in the ‘Pandora Papers’ denied the allegation of financial misconduct.
Mazumdar-Shaw, head of biotechnology company Biocon, wrote on Twitter: “Media reports involving the Pandora Papers incorrectly include the name of my husband’s foreign trust which is a genuine, legitimate trust and managed by independent trustees. is done. No person residing in India has a significant responsibility of the Trust, as alleged in these reports. Tendulkar’s counsel submitted that the cricketer’s investment is legitimate and the tax authorities have been informed.
The investigation of nearly 12 million documents found from 14 companies around the world has revealed the secret investments of hundreds of politicians, billionaires, celebrities, religious leaders and people involved in the drug trade from 91 countries and regions, including India.
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists released this report, which was prepared with the help of 600 journalists from 150 media organizations in 117 countries. These media organizations include BBC, The Guardian, The Washington Post, Australian Broadcasting Corporation and India’s The Indian Express.