Maharashtra cupboard minister Jayant Patil on Thursday claimed that the BJP used to be seeking to defame NCP leaders, after the Source of revenue Tax division raided some companies related to members of the family of state Deputy Leader Minister Ajit Pawar and a few actual property builders on fees of alleged tax evasion. Searches are being carried out in Mumbai, Pune, Satara and a couple of different towns in Maharashtra and Goa, legitimate assets mentioned.
The premises related to trade teams equivalent to DB Realty, Shivalik, Jarandeshwar Sahkari Sugar Karkhana (Jarandeshwar SSK) and companies related to Pawar’s sisters are being coated underneath the continuing operation, the assets mentioned. Some paperwork were recovered and are being studied, they mentioned.
Chatting with newshounds in Pune, Patil, who’s the additionally state NCP president, mentioned, “I’ve been announcing for a very long time that BJP leaders take the names of our leaders and movements by means of ED, Source of revenue Tax, CBI practice. There’s no doubt left that it’s been the BJP’s conspiracy to defame our leaders.” He questioned why the BJP used to be so “afraid” of the NCP. The Sharad Pawar-led NCP stocks energy with the Shiv Sena and Congress in Maharashtra.
On Wednesday, BJP chief and previous MP Kirit Somaiya had visited the Jarandeshwar SSK in Satara and in addition Baramati the city in Pune, from the place Ajit Pawar is an MLA. Ajit Pawar, who could also be the state’s finance minister, on Thursday mentioned some entities related to him had been raided. The NCP chief mentioned he had no downside with the Source of revenue Tax division raiding corporations related to him, however he used to be disappointed that his 3 sisters had been dragged into this.
The Jarandeshwar SSK used to be in information lately, after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in July connected over Rs 65 crore price of land, development, plant and equipment of its sugar mill at Chimangaon-Koregaon in Satara underneath the anti-money laundering legislation. The ED had claimed that the cooperative-run sugar mill used to be related to Ajit Pawar and his circle of relatives.