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Sky Light Hospitality's petitions dismissed; Vadra to be questioned

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

The on Thursday dismissed a petition filed by Sky Light Hospitality, where is a partner, challenging the re-assessment notice issued against it in connection with DLF- Sky Light Hospitality land deal.

Sky Light Hospitality, which is now converted into a limited liability partnership, challenged the re-assessment notice issued by the in the name of the erstwhile private limited company.

had in May 2016 taken over and acquired rights and liabilities of Sky Light Hospitality Private Limited.

Following the decision, Robert Vadra, brother-in-of Rahul Gandhi, will be questioned along with other officials of Sky Light.

As per the reports, Sky Light Hospitality allegedly took Rs. 5 crore loan from DLF, purportedly used the money to purchase a parcel of land, and later sold the same land to for Rs. 50 crore.

The petitioner claimed that the IT Department issued the notice to Sky Light Hospitality Private Limited which had ceased to exist and was dissolved in May 2016.

The petitioner further contended that the notice was issued to a dead juristic person and was invalid and void.

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First Published: Thu, February 15 2018. 23:30 IST