The actor’s alleged bungalow key, Rs 5 crore receipt, and “memory of 2013 raid” – these are what the Income Tax (IT) department mainly found during raids on properties linked to Taapsee Pannu, the actor said today Three tweets. She finished the last one of them with a post script: “It’s not Cheap ” now and.
His post came three days after Wednesday’s raid over alleged tax evasion. Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap was also raided by the IT department. The two were reportedly interrogated by the authorities in Pune. Searches were carried out at 30 locations in Mumbai and Pune.
He said in the first tweet posted today, “Three days of in-depth search. Mainly three things. 1. The key to the ‘alleged’ bungalow that I clearly keep in Paris. Because the summer holidays are in the corner.” “
He then tweeted two more.
2. I have been denied before that money for having an “alleged” receipt of Rs 5 crores for future pitching coz ????
– Tapose Pannu (@taapsee) March 6, 2021
Anurag Kashyap and Tapsee Pannu are outspoken critics of the government and have raised their voice for various reasons including ongoing farmer protests against central laws. Recently, Ms. Pannu was criticized for showing solidarity by celebrities towards the government in response to pop star Rihanna’s post drawing attention to the farmers’ movement. The actor took a pinch on pushback and questioned, believing “a tweet”.
The raids on properties belonging to Ms. Pannu and Mr. Kashyap caused strong reactions in many political quarters. For example, Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik called the action “an attempt to suppress his voice”. Tejashwi Yadav of RJD tweeted, “Now the Nazi government is chasing social workers, journalists and artists to threaten them against calling them a hoe.”