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I-T department attaches Rs 230-crore 'benami' assets of Mayawati's ex-secretary

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 24 September 2019
The income tax department has attached "benami" assets worth Rs 230 crore of retired IAS officer Net Ram who also served as secretary to former UP CM Mayawati. A total of 19 immovable properties spread across Delhi, Noida, Kolkata and Mumbai have been attached by the department. The officer, who served in top positions during BSP supremo Mayawati's chief ministership, was first raided by the tax department in March this year.
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