Wednesday, August 3, 2011

BCCI, IPL evaded crores in income tax

The cash-rich Indian Premier Alliance (IPL) may be a billion dollar business today, but government gets about annihilation from it in agreement of assets tax.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which runs the banknote affluent league, in its assets tax allotment showed that they accept a ‘nil’ assets for 2008-09 and balance of aloof 14.86 crore for 2009-10.

However, contradicting BCCI’s claims, it is believed that the gross acquirement becoming by the IPL during the year 2009-10 is estimated to be Rs 661 crores. The huge revenue-income gaps accept affected the government to alpha investigations into the accomplished matter.

Central Board of Excise and Customs accomplished Rs 94.32 crore by way of account tax with Rs 91 lakh as absorption from 2007-10. But as abounding as 102 showcause notices as on February 1, 2011, adopting a appeal for account tax of Rs 160 crore, yielded a bald Rs 5 crore.

The abstracts submitted by the acquirement administration to Parliament`s continuing board on accounts shows that the IPL franchises filed actual little as assets tax. India Cements, owners of Chennai Super Kings, filed Rs 12.91 crore, Rajasthan Royal`s Jaipur Cricket Pvt Ltd Rs 4.53 crore, Deccan Chargers Rs 5.53 crore, King`s XI Punjab`s KPH Cricket Rs 4.25 crore, Kolkata Knight Riders Rs 5 crore, GMR`s Delhi Daredevil`s Rs 2.44 crore and Royal Challengers Rs 5.92 crore.

This led the committee, headed by above accounts abbot Yashwant Sinha allurement for tax assessments for BCCI-IPL and its franchisees to be taken up on "priority". The board alike doubtable hawala operations and annular benumbed by the altered authorization to balk assets tax.

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