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The Appellate Tribunal addressed various issues in the case. The ...


The Tribunal ruled in favor of AO on certain expenses but found some additions unsustainable. Evidence and admissions supported AO's decision.

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July 2, 2024

The Appellate Tribunal addressed various issues in the case. The AO made additions based on uncorroborated documents seized from a third party. The Tribunal held that the evidence and admissions by the assessee supported the AO's decision. The AO rightly disallowed certain expenditures related to illegal payments for securing contracts. The Tribunal rejected the assessee's arguments on various grounds, including set-off of admitted income and deduction u/s 80IA. The Tribunal also upheld the disallowance of certain expenditures reimbursed to subcontractors. However, certain parts of the additions were deemed unsustainable. The Tribunal's decision was based on the evidence, admissions, and legal principles, leading to partial allowance of some grounds.

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