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Highest Tax Paying Businessmen in India

By SiliconIndia  |   Wednesday, 26 October 2011, 05:19 Hrs   |    5 Comments
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Bangalore: The economic burden called tax is imposed by the government on an individual or on a property. The businessmen listed below don't top the list of riches in India but some of their dealings and sales have made them pay huge taxes for past 3 years.

Analjit Singh:

Analjit Singh is the founder and chairman of max India who are into healthcare, IT services and financial services. He paid a tax of RS. 997 million as he sold his stake in Vodafone Essar for 533 Crore and this reason led to the shot up the tax amount.

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Reader's comments(5)
1: its not the tax ..its the hard earned money we paying to fill minister's pockets
Posted by:tan - 27 Oct, 2011
2:
Sorry...what you said is not correct. There is private Tax to minimize the original Tax and fill minister's pockets.

This was in addition to the Tax paid. In general they will workout on persentage basis.
CJC Chakravarthy Replied to: tan - 27 Oct, 2011
3:
oh paaji
theekh sey dekho,ap trax bhar rahey hai,bank mein deposit nahin

hydr Replied to: tan - 27 Oct, 2011
4:
If you are so concerned...dont vote due ! But dont crib and cry and complain. YOU are eqyally part of this system as I am and the other billion indians are.
Ritesh Replied to: tan - 27 Oct, 2011
5:
With technologies so forward and India being the largest exporter of technology, why can't we build our own digital systems that includes the voting systems, which would increase in the turnover of the voters.
Indian Replied to: Ritesh - 27 Oct, 2011
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