Sood recently commented on raids carried out by the tax department on his home. After a four-day process, Sonu said he would ‘miss’ the officers.
Posted on September 25, 2021 02:10 PM IST
Actor Sonu Sood said that he was very careful of the tax officials who came to his house for recent deals. According to the Income Tax Department, Sonu and his associates were involved I.20 crore tax evasion and violation of the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA), raising funds from abroad. Sonu, however, said the four-day attacks had gone swimming.
Speaking to a leading newspaper, Sonu said he made sure the taxes at his home were comfortable. He promised them it would be the best ride experience for them and also took their opinion when they went. “I asked them the question, they agreed it was their best experience so far. And I said it would be the best ever. When they left, I said ‘I miss you’ and we all laughed so hard,” he said.
Sonu said roughly I.With Rs 17 crore left from the money he has collected, he plans to build a charitable hospital in Hyderabad. He said he had already spent I.2 crores in its construction. “Any foundation that receives funding has a one-year time limit to use the funds. If the funds are not utilized, you can extend it to another year. These are the rules. I listed this foundation a few months ago, which is close to the second wave of COVID. When I started helping, people came forward to book buses for immigrants. Then we did not raise money. I only started raising funds in the last four-five months (for my foundation). I will not waste my hard earned money, I will not waste my hard earned money, “he said.
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On Monday, Sonu posted an ad on his social media handles. “You do not always have to tell the story on your side. The time will come. I pledge to serve the people of India with all my strength and heart. I look forward to saving every rupee worth of my foundation. Reach out to life and the poor,” the post read.