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Bihar MLAs came out on top in hiding their property details, giving wrong information

Many MLAs in Bihar have hidden their real assets. It is being said that 40 MLAs have hidden their property information from the Income Tax Department. Some MLAs have not given details of assets held in the name of their wife and children.

In Bihar, 40 MLAs have hidden their property information from the Income Tax Department. Among these MLAs, there are 10 such MLAs who hid the details of assets worth crores. According to the information, in the investigation conducted by the Income Tax Department, there has been a case of giving wrong information about the property by the MLAs.

According to the Income Tax Department, a report has been sent to the Central Election Commission after examining the assets of all the MLAs who gave wrong information. Many MLAs have declared their movable and immovable assets to be much less than its original origin. There are many such MLAs who are giving wrong information about their crores of assets.

At the same time, some MLAs have not given the details of the property kept in the name of their wife and children. Along with the MLAs, many ministers are also involved in hiding details and giving wrong information. Mistakes are also coming out in the affidavit of Mokama MLA Anant Singh. From the information given by Anant Singh in the affidavit, information about assets worth 15 to 20 lakhs has been received. On the other hand, disturbances have come to the fore regarding the properties of Gaya Belaganj MLA Surendra Prasad Yadav, Danapur MLA Rit Lal Yadav, Nawada MLA Kaushal Yadav and HAM’s patron Jitan Ram Manjhi.

The membership of these MLAs can also be lost on the charge of hiding assets and giving wrong information. In the matter of giving wrong information about the property, the Central Election Commission will take action and decide what action to take against these MLAs. Legislators who have concealed the details of their assets can also be fined heavily and legal action can be taken for giving wrong information in income tax return. If experts are to be believed, then their membership may be canceled first.

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