In many situations where fictitious dowry claims are made on hapless husbands, and where it is clear that the wealth so mentioned as dowry was NEVER subject to tax, filing a tax evasion petition becomes a duty rather than just a strategy
Then questions as to ... ".... Do I have the Father in Law's PAN #?...", "...will the Information officer or the Assessment officer at the IT office give me information ...." etc come up
In a landmark judgement the Central Information commission ordered "...18. We direct the CPIO to furnish the information pertaining to the net taxable income of Shri Munna Lal Saini, the father-in-law of the Appellant, for the period of year 2000 till 15.09.2009 (i.e. the date of the Appellant’s RTI Application) to the Appellant within 10 days....."
A copy of the judgement is enclosed here for easy reference
This is a must read for all those fighting for justice