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The difficulties of the Gandhi family are increasing, now the petition in the IT department case is dismissed, know what is the whole matter

New Delhi : The Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed the petitions of Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra. In the petition, the Gandhi family had challenged the Income Tax Department’s decision to transfer the assessment from the normal assessment to the ‘Central Circle’ in the case related to arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari. The Court clearly stated that faceless assessment is not a fundamental or implied legal right that a taxpayer can claim, the Delhi High Court held that the Court held Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Trust, Jawahar Bhavan Trust, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust, Young Indian and They also dismissed separate petitions of the Aam Aadmi Party. Similar legal issues were raised in these petitions as well. The Gandhi family had challenged the order issued by the Chief Commissioner of Income Tax regarding transfer of their cases to the ‘Central Circle’ for the assessment year 2018-19.

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The ‘Central Circle’ is entrusted with the task of investigation and prevention of tax evasion. He takes possession of the evidence collected by the investigation branch during the search. A bench of Justice Manmohan and Justice Dinesh Kumar Sharma, while giving the verdict, said, the assessment of the petitioners has been transferred to the Central Circle as per law. The present writ petitions are dismissed. The Gandhi family argued that they had nothing to do with the affairs of the Sanjay Bhandari group. Watand Bhandari’s alleged links with Priyanka Gandhi’s husband Robert Vadra over a London flat in India on charges of money laundering. Vadra has denied having any business links with Bhandari.
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Why is the link of investigation being linked to Sanjay Bhandari?

Why has the Income Tax Department linked all assessment-related cases of former Congress President Sonia Gandhi and her two children – Rahul and Priyanka – with the probe against fugitive arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari in the department’s Central Circle in Delhi? The court has asked the Gandhi family to cooperate with the Income Tax Cell in this matter. Interestingly, Central Circle 27, which will now re-evaluate the tax filings of Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka as well as their non-profit Young Indians and Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, is also handling cases related to Priyanka’s husband Robert Vadra. . The Congress says that Vadra has his own work to do. The party leadership has nothing to do with his business activities.
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When questions started arising in the Gandhi family case

More than two years ago, the IT department transferred the assessment of charitable organizations controlled by the Gandhi family to Central Circle 27. The department said that this would help them in better coordination, effective investigation in the assessment of cases of Sanjay Bhandari as well as Vadra. Later, the personal assessment case of the Gandhi family was transferred to the same circle. After this, questions arose whether he was being linked to Bhandari or Vadra. In fact, both (Sanjay Bhandari and Robert Vadra) are facing cases of tax evasion and money laundering. Robert Vadra has been under the scanner for alleged land deals in Gurgaon and a few other cases in Rajasthan since the NDA government came to power in 2014. His name later cropped up during the investigation against Bhandari for alleged purchase of properties in London and Dubai. According to the ED, entities controlled by Bhandari bought the properties. These were later transferred to entities allegedly linked to Vadra.

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