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Five traders charged for evading revenue Rs 31 million

23 August 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Six persons have been charged with embezzling over Rs 31 million by evading revenue in transporting clothes from India.

They did so by creating a false button in an Indian registered truck, said the Department of Revenue Investigation.

The Department of Revenue Investigation has filed a case in the Patan High Court demanding that the accused be handed down imprisonment, fine and amounts equivalent to the embezzled money, according to a statement issued by the Department on Sunday.

They have been charged as per Part (A), (B), (D) and (I) of Clause 4 under the Revenue Leakage (Investigation and Control) Act (Amendment) 2052, said the Department’s Director General Dirgha Raj Mainali.

The defendants are Rajendra Prasad Gupta, operator of Nepal Logistic, truck driver Sunil Kumar, Ranjit Kumar Gupta of Kalaiya Municipality-8 in Bara district, who runs a clothing shop in Kathmandu, Rajanish Kumar Gupta of Delhi in India and Rajendra Gupta, both owners of Pashupati Transport Solutions which is registered in the name of one Srijan Sharma.

Rajanish Kumar lives at Dhobighat in Kathmandu Metropolitan City.


Publish Date : 23 August 2020 20:18 PM

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