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Xiaomi and Oppo may be fined Rs 1000 crore, know the reason

The Income Tax Department claimed that smartphone makers Xiaomi and Oppo have violated tax laws and may be fined Rs 1000 crore. On December 21, the Income Tax Department had raided the locations of Chinese smartphone companies and their subsidiaries across the country in Delhi and 11 other states. The department unearthed several important documents which showed that the companies were openly violating the Income Tax Act in India. So let’s know in detail why these two smartphone companies of China will be fined Rs 1000 crore.

Income tax may impose a fine of Rs 1000 crore on Xiaomi and Oppo

The Income Tax Department said, “It has been revealed in the raids that both the big companies have remitted amount in the form of royalty, which is more than Rs 5,500 crore, attributable to themselves and group companies located abroad. The statement further read, “These companies did not comply with the disclosure of transactions under the Income Tax Act 1961. Such mistake renders them liable to penal action.”

The Income Tax Department had conducted raids in West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Assam, Maharashtra, Delhi NCR, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat last week. This action of the Income Tax Department has exposed two big smartphone companies like Xiaomi and Oppo sending money abroad in the form of royalty to their group companies. Further, remittances of more than Rs 5,500 crore have been detected, which could not be reconciled with the evidence and facts found during the search operation.

The search operation also revealed the method of procuring the components to make the smartphone. The department claimed that Xiaomi and Oppo had not disclosed the transactions as per the provisions of the Income Tax Act 1961, which could now result in a fine of 1000 crores.

Thus the Income Tax Department claimed that smartphone makers Xiaomi and Oppo have violated tax laws and can be fined Rs 1000 crore.

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