In the income tax assets case, the High court has ordered the Income tax department to answer on who is the legal heir of former Tamilnadu chief minister Jayalalitha. In the income tax related case, the High court has given this order.
A case has been in progress in the high court, regarding the income tax to be paid on the assets of former Chief minister of Tamilnadu Jayalalitha, and there is an ongoing issue regarding a clarity on who is the legal heir of the late chief minister, and it is for this reason that the court has ordered the department to come up with the exact details. The opposition in this case happens to be the Income tax department.
The court has ordered the Income tax
department to furnish the details of who are the legal heirs of Jayalalitha,
and also ordered to check on whether Jayalalitha had written any will mention
her legal heirs, as an order to Income tax department. Following this, the case
hearing has been moved to the 26th of September.
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