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Cash Dealings Above Rs 3 Lakh Banned From April 1: Jaitley

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Continuing with government steps to clamp down on black money, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today proposed to ban all cash transactions above Rs 3 lakh beginning April 1, 2017. Budget 2017: Development Schemes Focused On

 

The decision to ban cash transactions beyond a threshold is based on the recommendation of the Special Investigation Team on black money that was set up by the Supreme Court, Jaitley said while presenting Union Budget 2017-18 in Parliament.

Cash Dealings Above Rs 3 Lakh Banned From April 1: Jaitley

All cash transactions above Rs 3 lakh will be banned, he said. The SIT, headed by Justice M B Shah (retired), in July had submitted its fifth report to the Supreme Court on steps needed to curb black money. Ten Themes Of Union Budget 2017-18

Noting that a large amount of unaccounted wealth is stored in cash, SIT had said: "Having considered the provisions which exist in this regard in various countries and also having considered various reports and observations of courts regarding cash transactions, the SIT felt that there is a need to put an upper limit to cash transactions."

It recommended a total ban on cash transactions of Rs 3 lakh and above and that "an Act be framed to declare such transactions as illegal and punishable under law".

 

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Story first published: Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 13:55 [IST]
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