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For all the latest India News, he said. etc. eventually leading to recovery of such undisclosed foreign income and assets/black money stashed away abroad The new law came into force wef 01072015 Thus the first assessment year (AY) in respect of the new law is AY 2016-17 which began only on 01042016 “However before the cases involving black money stashed away abroad were subjected to more stringent provisions of the Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets) and Imposition of Tax Act 2015 a one-time three months’ compliance window closing on 30th September 2015 was provided under the new law wherein 648 declarations involving undisclosed foreign assets worth Rs4164 crore were made The amount collected by way of tax and penalty in such cases is about Rs2476 crores” he told the House The Government has taken several steps to effectively tackle the issue of black money he said particularly black money stashed away abroad “Such measures include policy-level initiatives more effective enforcement action on the ground putting in place robust legislative and administrative frameworks systems and processes with due focus on capacity building and integration of information and its mining through increasing use of information technology” Recent major initiatives in this regard include – (i) Constitution of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) on Black Money under Chairmanship and Vice-Chairmanship of two former Judges of Hon’ble Supreme Court (ii) Enactment of a comprehensive law – ‘The Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets) and Imposition of Tax Act 2015’ which has come into force wef 01072015 to specifically and more effectively deal with the issue of black money stashed away abroad (iii) Constitution of Multi-Agency Group (MAG) consisting of officers of Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Enforcement Directorate (ED) and Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) for investigation of recent revelations in Panama paper leaks (iv) Proactively engaging with foreign governments with a view to facilitate and enhance the exchange of information under Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements (DTAAs)/Tax Information Exchange Agreements (TIEAs)/Multilateral Conventions (v) According high priority to the cases involving black money stashed away abroad for investigation and other follow-up actions including prosecutions in appropriate cases (vi) While focusing upon non-intrusive measures due emphasis on enforcement measures in high impact cases with a view to prosecute the offenders at the earliest for credible deterrence against tax evasion/black money (vii) Proactively furthering global efforts to combat tax evasion/black money inter alia by joining the Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement in respect of Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) and having information sharing arrangement with USA under its Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) (viii) Renegotiation of DTAAs with other countries to bring the Article on Exchange of Information to International Standards and expanding India’s treaty network by signing new DTAAs and TIEAs with many jurisdictions to facilitate the exchange of information and to bring transparency (ix) Enabling attachment and confiscation of property equivalent in value held within the country where the property/proceeds of crime is taken or held outside the country by amending the Prevention of Money-laundering Act 2002 through the Finance Act 2015 (x) Introduction of the Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Bill 2015 to amend the Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Act 1988 with a view to inter alia enable confiscation of Benami property and provide for prosecution (xi) Initiation of the information technology based ‘Project Insight’ by the Income Tax Department for strengthening the non-intrusive information driven approach for improving tax compliance and effective utilization of available information These measures have equipped the government better in curbing the menace of black money stashed away abroad he said Further sustained and prompt action taken by the Income Tax Department in various cases involving black money has resulted into assessment of substantial amounts of undisclosed income levy of concealment penalty and filing of criminal prosecution complaints for various offences in appropriate cases he added “As part of enforcement measures the Income Tax Department (ITD) conducted searches in 990 groups of assesses during last two years (FYs 2014-15 and 2015-16) seizing undisclosed assets worth Rs1474 crore These assesses admitted undisclosed income of Rs21354 Crore During the same period 9457 surveys conducted resulted in detection of undisclosed income of Rs22475 crores” said the minister Further there has been significant rise in criminal prosecutions filed by the Income Tax Department in last 2 years and number of cases where prosecution complaints were filed and offences were compounded during FYs 2014-15 and 2015-16 is 3140 as against 1690 during FYs 2012-13 and 2013-14 he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News in Patna University. Jagat Prakash Nadda’s entry into the Government is a vindication of his efficiency and dependability who prefers to work behind the scenes. If we had set up at least 40 such departments in the last decade we would have produced so much research.

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