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Mrs. Sushila Chudiwala, C/o. S.Venkatram & Co., Chartered Accountants, 218, TTK Road, Chennai-18. Vs. The Income Tax Officer, Ward-I(2), Pondicherry.
August, 28th 2012
                       `C' BENCH, CHENNAI


                             ITA No.459/Mds/2012
                            (Assessment Year: 2007-08)

Mrs. Sushila Chudiwala,                Vs.   The Income Tax Officer,
C/o. S.Venkatram & Co.,                      Ward-I(2),
Chartered Accountants,                       Pondicherry.
218, TTK Road, Chennai-18.
    (Appellant)                                   (Respondent)

                   Appellant by     : Mr. Seetharaman, C.A.
                 Respondent by      : Mr. S.Dasgupta, JCIT

                  Date of Hearing    : 7th August, 2012
          Date of Pronouncement      : 24th August, 2012



            The appeal has been           preferred by the       assessee

    impugning the order of the CIT(A)-XII, Chennai dated


    2.      Brief facts of the case are that the assessee is engaged

    in the business of manufacturing of plastic hangers under the

    name of M/s. Auro Polymers. She filed her return of income

    relevant to the assessment year 2007-08 on 30.10.2007

    admitting total income of `2,68,430/-. The case of the
                                2            ITA No. 459/Mds/2012

assessee was taken up for scrutiny and notice under section

143(2) was issued on 2.9.2008. The Assessing Officer vide

assessment     order    dated       30.11.2009   completed    the

assessment and made certain additions/disallowances in the

income returned by the assessee and raised demand of

`12,22,215/- including interest under section 234B & 234C of

the Income Tax Act, 1961. The Assessing Officer added an

amount of `26,73,308/-     as unexplained cash credit under

section 68, certain expenses incurred by the assessee and

debited to profit and loss account to the extent of 1/4th of said

expenses amounting to `67,620/- were treated as personal


      Aggrieved against the assessment order, the assessee

preferred an appeal before the CIT(A). The CIT(A) vide order

dated 18.1.2012 dismissed the appeal of the assessee. Now,

the assessee has come in second appeal before the Tribunal

assailing the order of the CIT(A).

3.    Shri Seetharaman, appearing on behalf of the assessee

submitted that sufficient opportunity to produce evidence was

not afforded to the assessee by the CIT(A). The assessee is
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in possession of documents to show that the amount of

`26,73,308/- is not unexplained cash credits, in fact,    the

amounts have actually be paid to the creditors. The A.R.

submitted that the loans as also repayments/interests are

made by way of crossed cheques. All the creditors are income

tax assessees and have PAN. He contended that if given an

opportunity the assessee can produce evidence to show the

genuineness of the transactions.     In order to support his

contentions, the A.R. relied on the judgement of the Hon'ble

Supreme Court of India in the case of Tin Box Co. Vs. CIT.,

reported as 116 Taxman 491(SC).

4.   On the other hand, Shri S.Dasgupta representing the

Department strongly supported the order passed by the

CIT(A) and submitted that ample opportunity was afforded to

the assessee to produce documents. The assessee failed to

produce the documents before the Assessing Officer as well

as the CIT(A).

5.   We have heard the submissions made by the respective

parties. As per the contentions of the A.R., the assessee had

given the details of the creditors viz., PAN, assessment
                                    4              ITA No. 459/Mds/2012

record, full address and details of the payments etc. but were

not taken into consideration by the CIT(A). We deem it

appropriate to remit the matter back to the CIT(A) to grant an

opportunity     to    the     assessee       to    produce      relevant

documents/records to show genuineness of the transaction in

support of her case.        Without going into the merits of the

case, in the interest of justice, we remit the file to the CIT(A)

to decide the matter afresh after verifying the veracity of the

evidence furnished.

6.    The appeal of the assessee is allowed for statistical


Order pronounced in the open court on Friday, the 24th day of August, 2012
at Chennai.

        Sd/-                                                Sd/-
 ( N.S.Saini )                                    (Vikas Awasthy)
Accountant Member                                 Judicial Member
Dated the 24th August, 2012.

                Copy to:           (1) Appellant         (4) CIT(A)
                                   (2) Respondent       (5) D.R.
                                   (3) CIT               (6) G.F.
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