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I-T Dept surveys think tank CPR, NGOs and unrecognised political parties

Sources said the department is looking at the balance sheets of these organisations vis-a-vis the receipt of funds via the FCRA

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Income tax raids | NGOs | IT raids

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The income tax department on Wednesday conducted surveys on New Delhi based think tank Centre for Policy Research (CPR), international charity organisation Oxfam, Bengaluru-based Independent and Public Spirited Media Foundation (IPSMF) and registered unrecognised political parties (RUPPs) and several other non-government organisations (NGOs), official sources said under condition of anonymity.

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First Published: Thu, September 08 2022. 00:34 IST

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