After the news about Sonu Sood’s evasion of taxes over Rs. 20 crore became a breaking headline, netizens started to object and question his charitable works since the start of COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bollywood actor was a like ‘messiah’ for some during amid the lockdown period has recently been reported to evade taxes over 20 crores by IT department. The tax department said that actor Sonu Sood’s foundation raised Rs 2.1 crore from overseas donors using a crowdfunding platform in violation of the law – Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act – that governs such transactions.
Sonu Sood evaded taxes over Rs. 20 crore, Netizens question his charitable works
Fans are in denial that their star ‘Sonu Sood‘ could evade the taxes over Rs. 20 crore, as reported by IT Department. The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) found the incriminating evidence related to tax evasion.
The tax department said, “During the course of search at the premises of the actor and his associates, incriminating evidences pertaining to tax evasion have been found. The main modus operandi followed by the actor had been to route his unaccounted income in the form of bogus unsecured loans from many bogus entities“.
Since the news about the actor’s evasion of taxes went viral, netizens started to question his charitable works amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. However, fas are in denial with this fact and say, “People love to bring successful people down”, “I hope this is not true, after all the wonderful work he has done.”
I-T Dept conducted a search & seizure op at various premises of a prominent actor in Mumbai & also a Lucknow-based group of industries engaged in infrastructure development. 28 premises in Mumbai, Lucknow, Kanpur, Jaipur, Delhi, Gurugram covered: Central Board of Direct Taxes— ANI (@ANI) September 18, 2021
During the course of search at the premises of the actor &his associates, incriminating evidence pertaining to tax evasion found. The main modus operandi followed by the actor had been to route his unaccounted income in form of bogus unsecured loans from many bogus entities: CBDT— ANI (@ANI) September 18, 2021