Why Karti Chidambaram's petition rejected?

On Tuesday, the Madras High Court dismissed a petition by Congress MP Karti Chidambaram and his wife challenging the transfer of a tax evasion case to a special court for MPs and MLAs. The case has been transferred from the lower court to the special court. The High Court also dismissed another petition of both the petitioners to quash the complaint filed by the Income Tax Department in connection with the same case.

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This case is related to Karti allegedly not giving an income of Rs 6.38 crore in 2015 and his wife Srinidhi Chidambaram for Rs 1.35 crore. According to the Income Tax Department, Karti and his wife, who were elected to the Lok Sabha from the Sivaganga constituency in the 2019 election, had received cash money several years back for the sale of land in Muttukadu. He did not give information about it in his income tax return.

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The Deputy Director of Income Tax Department, Chennai, on September 12, 2018, against Karti and his wife before the Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court-2 (Special Offenses) for offenses under sections 276C (1) and 277 of the Income Tax Act. Complaint was filed After this, the case was transferred to the special court. The petitioners argued that at the time of the alleged crime, they were neither MPs nor MLAs. On this, Justice M Sundar said, as the Supreme Court has directed to transfer all pending cases, this argument fails.

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