Agra: Central GST raids on the premises of former Minister of State Shiv Kumar Rathore, employees are being questioned…


Agra News: In Tajnagari, the Central GST workforce has raided the Saloni agency of former Samajwadi Party Minister of State late Shiv Kumar Rathore. Central GST (CGST) groups reached Agra on Thursday at round 3:30 pm and raided all of the places of Saloni agency concurrently. Throughout this time the door was locked from inside and nobody is allowed to come back from inside and outdoors.

Shiv Kumar Rathore, who was the Minister of State within the Samajwadi Party authorities, is working a agency in lots of districts together with Agra below the title of Saloni Oil Mill. Shiv Kumar Rathore had handed away a while again. He was counted among the many shut associates of Samajwadi Party’s Nationwide President and former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav. The members of the family now take care of the enterprise. His Mahesh Edible Oil Mill is situated in Shamshabad in Agra. Other than this, many different workplaces are additionally current in Agra.

The workforce of Central GST reached the workplace of Saloni Mill at round 3:30 am. As quickly because the details about the raid was obtained, the businessmen utterly closed all of the outlets within the space. It’s being instructed that the workforce is checking the acquisition and sale associated paperwork of the agency in all of the workplaces and steady questioning is happening with the staff.

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Earlier in 2019, raids had been performed by the Earnings Tax Division at round 26 places of Shiv Kumar Rathore, former Minister of State within the SP authorities. Which included workplaces situated in Agra, Delhi, Mathura, Rajasthan and Kolkata in West Bengal.

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