July 14: Court to hear IT case against Subrata Roy


New Delhi: A Delhi court on Tuesday fixed for next month the proceedings in an Income Tax case in which Sahara chief Subrata Roy, now lodged in Tihar Jail  and others have been accused of not filing returns for a group company for 2013-14 assessment year. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) Devendra Kumar Sharma posted the matter for July 14 in view of Delhi High Court staying the case proceedings till July 2.

“Proceedings in the case have been stayed by the high court. Put up for awaiting of order/proceedings on July 14,” the ACMM said.The court had on March 24 issued production warrant for the appearance of Roy and bailable warrants against J B Roy and Ranoj Das Gupta, two directors of Sahara India Commercial Corporation Ltd, as they had failed to appear before it despite summons.

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