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EXCLUSIVE: Congress HQ under IT lens, documents reveal Rs 106 crore unaccounted cash delivered at Akbar Road


In a massive investigation, the Income Tax Department is probing Rs 106 crore unaccounted cash delivered at the Congress HQ at Akbar Road in New Delhi between 2016-2019.

Key Highlights


The money was delivered at Congress HQ in three tranches
Massive amounts were delivered ahead of 2019 general elections
New Delhi: In a massive investigation, the Income Tax Department is probing the source of Rs 106 crore unaccounted cash delivered at the Congress HQ at Akbar Road in New Delhi between 2016-2019. The 408-page dossier of IT department, accessed by Times Now reveals that the unaccounted cash was delivered in tranches and was received by the cashier at the Akbar Road office of the party.


Congress HQ under I-T probe lens:

408-page ‘I-T report’ : Cash log

TRANCHE 1 – Rs 74,62,00,000, delivered between FEB 13 2019 – OCT 4 2019

TRANCHE 2 – Rs 26,50,00,000 delivered between AUG 2016 – SEPT 2016

TRANCHE 3 – Rs 5,22,00,000 delivered between APR 2017 – SEPT 2019
Some of the specifics of these transactions reveal that Rs 5.4 crore were delivered on February 27, 2019, Rs 3.75 crore was delivered on February 28, 2019. On April 20, 2019, a sum of Rs 6.40 crore was delivered at the AICC office, followed by yet another tranche of Rs 5.45 crore on April 24, 2019. Interestingly, the delivery of parts of this sum is just ahead of the 2019 General Elections. 

BJP seeks an answer from Sonia Gandhi, Congress wants IT to probe BJP


Reacting to the development, Amit Malviya, BJP IT Cell chief said, Ïn 2016, demonetisation was undertaken and the Congress party has been constantly criticising it. Congress has to answer for this money that has been traced back to their HQ. This points to the greed and hunger that Gandhis have for money. The documents and the IT trail needs explaining and none other than Sonia Gandhi should explain this as she is the party head right now.”
Responding to the Times Now newsbreak, Congress leader Rashid Alvi said that such an investigation is not possible without Prime Minister’s consent. “The BJP has built a seven-star office in Delhi, may I ask him to tell the IT to investigate that as well,” he said.

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