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Excise officer arrested in tax evasion case

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GUWAHATI, June 10 - Assam Police today arrested Excise officer Amarendra Nath in connection with the multi-crore rupee tax evasion case in the Excise Department.

Nath, who was evading arrest for quite some time, was caught by a team of Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and Crime Branch from a guest house in New Delhi�s South Extension locality on Friday late night after which he was brought to Assam House for questioning.

Nath was arrested today after a thorough questioning by the investigating officer of the case CS Tiwari, informed Ranauk Ali Hazarika, Deputy Inspector General of Police (CID).

Nath was later produced before the Court of Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Patiala House, New Delhi, which allowed transit remand for the accused till June 13 before which Nath would have to be produced before the Court of Special Judge, Assam.

Nath was one of the main accused in the CID Police Station case No. 54/15 registered under Sections 120(B), 468/471/409 of the Indian Penal Code read with Section 13(2) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, which relates to evasion of VAT and excise revenue by forgery of documents and without adhering to the prescribed norms.

Two high-profile accused � Rajesh Jalan and Bonty Gogoi � have already been arrested in this connection, while several others, including two IAS officers, were also quizzed.

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Excise officer arrested in tax evasion case

GUWAHATI, June 10 - Assam Police today arrested Excise officer Amarendra Nath in connection with the multi-crore rupee tax evasion case in the Excise Department.

Nath, who was evading arrest for quite some time, was caught by a team of Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and Crime Branch from a guest house in New Delhi�s South Extension locality on Friday late night after which he was brought to Assam House for questioning.

Nath was arrested today after a thorough questioning by the investigating officer of the case CS Tiwari, informed Ranauk Ali Hazarika, Deputy Inspector General of Police (CID).

Nath was later produced before the Court of Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Patiala House, New Delhi, which allowed transit remand for the accused till June 13 before which Nath would have to be produced before the Court of Special Judge, Assam.

Nath was one of the main accused in the CID Police Station case No. 54/15 registered under Sections 120(B), 468/471/409 of the Indian Penal Code read with Section 13(2) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, which relates to evasion of VAT and excise revenue by forgery of documents and without adhering to the prescribed norms.

Two high-profile accused � Rajesh Jalan and Bonty Gogoi � have already been arrested in this connection, while several others, including two IAS officers, were also quizzed.