31 Mar '13, 9am

IPL 2013: DRI probes duty evasion by Singapore-based broadcaster - Daily News & Analysis

The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI ) has begun a probe into alleged customs duty evasion of hundreds of crore by a Singapore-based firm in bringing broadcasting equipment for the upcoming IPL T-20 cricket tournament. The firm, a leading global supplier of High Definition (HD ) outside broadcast equipment and crews, had allegedly violated customs norms by mis-declaring the end-use of the goods in order to avoid duty, official sources said. The broadcasting firm has brought in several equipment, meant for coverage of Indian Premier League (IPL ) matches, through Free Trade & Warehousing Zones of Arshiya International based in Panvel , Maharashtra with the help of an Indian logistics company, they said. The equipment were allegedly brought into the country by declaring them for "demonstration" purpose to avoid import duty on them. Based on specific intelligence, a d...

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