Income Tax Department sends notice to Sharad Pawar and Thackeray family
Notice has been sent by Income Tax Department to Nationalist Congress (NCP) chief and former Union Minister Sharad Pawar and Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.
The war between the ruling government and the opposition continues in Parliament during the monsoon session that began on 14 September. Meanwhile, notice has been sent by Income Tax Department to Nationalist Congress (NCP) chief and former Union Minister Sharad Pawar and Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. The Income Tax Department has given this notice regarding the affidavits filed in the last few elections.
Income Tax issued notice to Adtiya Thackeray too:
Apart from Sharad Pawar and Uddhav Thackeray, the Income Tax Department has also issued notice to Shiv Sena leaders. Notice issued to Aditya Thackeray and NCP leader Supriya Sule. According to the information, the notice issued by the department has sought information from all these about the affidavits filed in the elections. At the same time, when Sharad Pawar was asked about this, he said on Tuesday that those people (who send notices) want some people more.
"I will not eat anything today in solidarity with the protesting members," Sharad Pawar, a Rajya Sabha member of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), told reporters.
Conflict between BJP and Thackeray:
The conflict between the BJP and the Uddhav government of Maharashtra has been going on for a long time. Meanwhile, the matter of sending notice to Sharad Pawar and Uddhav Thackeray from the Income Tax Department has come up.
Let us know that the Agriculture Bill passed in Parliament during the monsoon session on Sunday is also being continuously opposed by Sharad Pawar and Shiv Sena. Notices have come in the midst of this entire political development.
Pawar to do Fast in solidarity with protesting members:
"I have never seen bills being passed like this. The Govt wanted to pass these bills soon. Members had questions regarding the bill. Prima facie it seems like they did not want a discussion... When members did not get a response they came into the well," Mr Pawar said