Fake company named after farmer, GST fraud of Rs 5.58 crore

Now a case of GST embezzlement has been filed, which is inconceivable. He maintains himself by doing farming and labor.

4th December, 2020

The case of GST fraud worth Rs 5.58 crore has come to light in Musabani by creating a fake steel company with crores of rupees in the name of a farmer. Farmer Ladum Murmu Rai Pahadi, who is a resident of Kapagoda, has been named as an accused in the FIR.

In the FIR registered in Musabani police station, it has been reported that GST worth Rs.58.58 million, Rs.5,408 (5,58,05,408) has been stolen from a fake company. The FIR in Musabani police station has been lodged by State Tax Officer Santosh Kumar of Jamshedpur Circle. The police has started its investigation. In the complaint filed by state tax officer Santosh Kumar about the GST evasion at Musabani police station, farmer Ladum Murmu has been described as the owner of a big company. The name of the company is MS Steel Industry. The department has also been questioned several times in the case. The accused farmer Ladum Murmu told the police in question that a year ago, a person named Baila Murmu of his village told him that if he will give his bank account number, Aadhaar, photo, electricity bill, etc., then he will get two thousand rupees every month or work Will help.

After which he gave all the papers. Now a case of GST embezzlement has been filed, which is inconceivable. He maintains himself by doing farming and labor. On reaching the police station, Ladoom said that he has no relation with MS Steel Industry. He has been implicated. According to SSP doctor Tamil Vanan, the police have registered an FIR in this case. A team is being formed to investigate it.

Category: India: Jharkhand

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Reported by:
Rachna Kumari