Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Central

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Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Central
मुख्य आयकर केन्द्रीय आयुक्त
It department India logo.jpg
Logo of the Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Central.
Agency overview
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Federal agency India
Governing body Government of India
General nature
Operational structure
Headquarters New Delhi, India
Agency executive Mr KV Chaudhary IRS, Member
Parent agency Investigation Division of the Central Board of Direct Taxes

The Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Central, abbreviated as CCIT-C, is the revenue enforcement agency of the Central Board of Direct Taxes, Government of India which assesses tax evasion. It functions under the Department of Revenue in the Union Ministry of Finance and is concerned with the administration, assessment,enforcement and prosecution cases of the various direct taxes accruing to the Union Government.Its main job is to assess and provide valuable inputs to the intelligence wings of the government related to tax evasion.The Bangalore Branch under and Dr Sibichen K Mathew IRS and G M Belagali IRS of Bangalore were assigned to work on the Mining scam in India case. They found that the OMC had entered into a MoU with a one-dollar company of Singapore to camouflage the company's income suppression.They raided the place along with other investigative agencies and formed a report which was the basis of the Santosh Hegde, report on the illegal mining.[1][2]

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