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2019 (2) TMI 1680

..... hich was general in nature and not specific to any assessee - HELD THAT:- Tribunal and Jurisdictional Calcutta High Court has consistently held that cases should be based on evidence and not on generalisation, human probabilities, suspicion, conjectures and surmises. In all cases additions were deleted. Assessee has filed all necessary evidences in support of the transactions. Some of these evidences are (a) evidence of purchase of shares, (b) evidence of payment for purchase of shares made by way of account payee cheque, copy of bank statements, (c) copy of balance sheet disclosing investments, (d) copy of demat statement reflecting purchase, (e) evidence of sale of shares through the stock exchange, (f) copy of demat statement showing the .....

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..... ares of M/s Kappac Pharma Limited. The AO based on a general report and modus operandi adopted generally and on general observations has concluded that the assessee has claimed bogus long term capital gain. He made an addition of the entire sale proceeds of the shares as income and rejected the claim of exemption made u/s 10(38) of the Act. The evidence produced by the assessee in support of the genuineness of the transaction was rejected. 3. The assessee carried the matter in appeal and the ld. CIT(A), Kolkata, had upheld the addition. The ld. CIT(A) has in his order relied upon circumstantial evidence and human probabilities to uphold the findings of the AO. He also relied on the so called rules of suspicious transaction . No direct mater .....

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..... s, I find that in a number of cases this bench of the Tribunal and Jurisdictional Calcutta High Court has consistently held that, decision in all such cases should be based on evidence and not on generalisation, human probabilities, suspicion, conjectures and surmises. In all cases additions were deleted. Some of the cases were, detailed finding have been given on this issue, are listed below:- Sl. No ITA Nos. Name of the Assessee Date of order /Judgment 1. ITA No.714 to 718/Kol/2011 ITAT, Kolkata DICT vs. Sunita Khemka 28.10.2015 2 214 ITR 244 Calcutta High Court CIT vs.Carbo Industrial Holdings Ltd. - 3. 250 ITR 539 CIT vs. Emerald Commercial Ltd. 23.03.2001 4. ITA No.1236- 1237/KOl/2017 Manish Kumar Baid vs. ACIT 18.08.2017 5. ITA No.569 .....

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..... s. Some of these evidences are (a) evidence of purchase of shares, (b) evidence of payment for purchase of shares made by way of account payee cheque, copy of bank statements, (c) copy of balance sheet disclosing investments, (d) copy of demat statement reflecting purchase, (e) evidence of sale of shares through the stock exchange, (f) copy of demat statement showing the sale of shares, (g) copy of bank statement reflecting sale receipts, (h) copy of brokers ledger, (i) copy of Contract Notes etc. 7. The proposition of law laid down in these case laws by the Jurisdictional High Court as well as by the ITAT Kolkata on these issues are in favour of the assessee. These are squarely applicable to the facts of the case. The ld. Departmental Repr .....

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