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Shri Radhey Shyam Agarwal Versus The ITO, Ward- 5 (2) , Jaipur

Unaccounted deposits - unexplained income - main reason on which the addition has been sustained is to the effect that the assessee could not give proper explanation as to how an amount of ₹ 6.00 lacs was lying at home more so assessee being an old aged person, it did not meet the preponderance of probabilities - Held that:- has been made mainly relying on the fact that the assessee was an old person and living alone and there was a time gap of 10 months for keeping the cash at home which .....

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ual basis in the presumption drawn by the AO and the ld. CIT(A), besides the assessee may be aged but remained active in his business affairs. Consequently we see no justification in addition of ₹ 6 lacs more so when the facts about cash books, cash flow and receipt of cheque of ₹ 13 lacs from M/s. S.G. Fiscal have not been controverted. In view thereof, we are unable to uphold the addition of ₹ 6.00 lacs which is deleted. - Decided in favour of assessee.

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s version is correct. Thus in these facts and circumstances of the case assessee’s explanation is not corroborated by any iota of evidence. In view thereof, we hold that an addition of ₹ 1.00 lac on account of house hold withdrawals has rightly been made by the lower authorities which is upheld. - Decided against assessee. - ITA No. 33/JP/2014 - Dated:- 29-5-2015 - SHRI R.P. TOLANI, JM & SHRI T.R. MEENA, AM For The Assessee by : Shri Mahendra Gargieya, Advocate For The Revenue by : Shr .....

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nfirming the addition of ₹ 6,00,000/- on account of the deposit made on 4-4-207 with the firm M/s. Jai Hanumant, as unexplained income. The addition so made by the AO and confirmed by the ld. CIT(A) being contrary to the provisions of law and facts, the same kindly be deleted. 3. The ld. CIT(A) erred in law as well as on the facts of the case in confirming the addition of ₹ 1,00,000/- on account of alleged low withdrawals. The addition so made by the AO and confirmed by the ld. CIT(A .....

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the ld. AR of the assessee did not press Ground No. 1, hence, the same is dismissed being not pressed. 3.1 Brief facts of the case are that assessee during the course of relevant period was partner in M/s. Jai Hanumant and M/s. Globe Transport Corporation. The assessee filed his return of income in Form No. 3. declaring his income from partnership firm, Short term capital gain and interest. It was found that the assessee had deposited a sum of ₹ 6.00 lacs in cash in the partnership firm M/ .....

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w statement submitted by the assessee in the preceding year also reflects huge inflow and outflow. However, during the year, no such transactions have been reflected. Moreover, the assessee has not produced the books of accounts for the relevant periods and only extracts of cash books and bank books were filed. There was no specific reason with the assessee to hold such use cash in hand stated in the cash flow statement. The practice shown by the assessee is very abnormal. Cash in hand also form .....

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to make deposits in the current year after a elapse of almost 10 months. Hence, the source of deposits of ₹ 6,00,000/- made on 4- 4-2007 with his firm M/s. Jai Hanumant stands unexplained and accordingly added to the total income of the assessee. This results in an addition of ₹ 6,00,000/- to the total income of the assessee on substantive basis. The above proposition also derived support from the decision of Hon'ble Court in 218 ITR 508 (All.) in the case of M/s. India Rice Mill .....

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that source of cash was from his earlier withdrawals and past savings. However, Assessing Officer found that last withdrawal from the bank was in June 2006 whereas cash introduced in the partnership firm in April 2007. There is a gap of 10 months which is quite unlikely. Assessing Officer also mentoned that appellant was nly having ntrest and other income and not doing any busnes and therefore, no regular books of account were kept. Further appellant is an old man who is not supposed to keep su .....

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th the appellant in April 2007 for introducing in partnership firm. The claim of the appellant is beyond any preponderance of probability. In such situation, onus is on the appellant to prove that what is improbable has happened. When cash withdrawals were made for the purpose of investment in real estate, it is presumed that the same is used for that purpose and the same is not available with the appellant for payment after 10 months. If the time gap between withdrawal and deposit is of a few d .....

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the appellant. This onus can be discharged by giving relevant details of land deals for which cash was withdrawn but not utilized. Further for keeping such huge cash also required details of ongoing deals for which instant cash was needed. Appellant submitted no details and simply claimed that deposit with the firm was out of cash withdrawals from the bank 10 months earlier. Such claim without details and necessary evidence cannot survive. In view of this, I am of the considered view that appel .....

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ufficient withdrawals to meet these expenses. However, it is difficult to believe that a person who is active and partner in two firms will not require any money for his personal expenses apart from house hold expenses which might have been met by his family members. There are many personal expenses which are required to be incurred by a person who is earning. Therefore, it is difficult to believe that appellant did not spend a single penny. I agree with the Assessing Officer that appellant woul .....

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tained its accounts on computer and production of cash books for two years along with monthly cash flow statement has not been disputed. Similarly, the withdrawal of cash of ₹ 13.00 lacs on 14-06-2006 from his saving bank a/c no. 75110036311 of Standard Chartered Bank which was received from S.G. Fiscal has also not been disputed except the alleged time gap of 10 months holding of cash in hand at home, assessee being old and alone and no other adverse finding is given against the assessee. .....

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CIT vs. Kulwant Rai (2007) 210 CTR 380 (Del.) (iii) Anand Prakash Soni vs. DCIT (2006) 101 TTJ 97 (Jodhpur.) (iv) CIT Vs. Smt. P.K. Noorjahan, 237 ITR 570 (SC) 3.4 Apropos house hold withdrawals, it is contended that two sons were meeting all the household expenses and they were having sufficient withdrawals. There was no necessity for assessee in this behalf. The assessee was not required to contribute any share in house hold expenses. Therefore no withdrawals were shown, the addition is not ju .....

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rawals assessee had already submitted before the lower authorities that he was living in a joint family of two sons. With these facts on record, there was no reason for the lower authorities to hold that the assessee was living alone which could be the reason for any adverse inference that cash in hand could not be retained by the assessee for 10 months. There is no factual basis in the presumption drawn by the AO and the ld. CIT(A), besides the assessee may be aged but remained active in his bu .....

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