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CBDT: Clarified that it has not recorded
April, 29th 2010

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has clarified that it has not recorded any telephone conversations of influential businessmen, politicians and advertising professionals as alleged in a section of the media.

In a press release, the CBDT said:

A section of the media has reported communication between the Income-Tax Department and Central Bureau of Investigation regarding records of telephone conversations between a person by the name of Nira Radia and others.

The Central Board of Direct Taxes has clarified that the Income-Tax Department has not recorded any telephone conversation of influential businessmen, politicians and advertising professionals as alleged.

It is further clarified that the Income-Tax Department does not intercept telephonic conversations except as authorised under the law.

The provision is used in rare and exceptional cases of suspected tax fraud/evasion involving security of the state. The procedure, as prescribed under the law, is strictly followed in all such cases.

 
 
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