“According to our finance minister”: what Taapse Pannu said about cyber raids in 2013

The raids also served to search for his memories of the 2013 raid that took place on his properties, Taapsee Pannu said on Saturday.

Actor Taapsee Pannu on Saturday mediated his silence on the recent tax raids on his properties and sarcastically said the raid was to seek out his memories of the 2013 raid that occurred “according to our honorable finance minister.”

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman also said the same things in 2013 on Friday Bollywood people were raided, but at that time there were no tones and crying. However, the minister did not take any names.

3. My recollection of the 2013 raid that happened with me according to our honorable finance minister 🙏🏼

PS- “not so sasti” more 💁🏻‍♀️

– taapsee pannu (@taapsee) March 6, 2021

“First of all, I’m not commenting on any individual A or B. (But) since the names were taken, (I mean) the same names were searched in 2013,” Sithraman said.

On March 3, the IT department began raids on the properties of director Anurag Kashyap, apart from actor Taapsee Pannu from many more in an alleged tax evasion case linked to Phantom Films, which was dissolved in 2018.

The searches were carried out in 30 locations in Mumbai and Pune and also included the CEO of the Reliance Entertainment group, Shibhasish Sarkar, and some executives of celebrities and talent management companies KWAN and Exceed.

The department said it found financial irregularities of over ₹ 650 crore and also evidence of “cash receipts …