160 million Indian rupees earned by current Indian player

160 million Indian rupees earned by current Indian player

Post by vash2.. » Wed, 12 Apr 2000 04:00:00


This money does not include the money he earned from the cricket board.
Neither does it include his endor***t earnings. All that is seperate.
This amount which is approximately 3.75 million dollars is money that
he hid from the income tax dept. He declared it under the country's
voluntary disclosure scheme. This was for businessmen who hid their
incomes from income tax. Now Azharuddin has no businesses. At least
none which can earn this kind of money. Where did he come up with this
money. The only logical explanation is that he earned it illegally. He
earned it by selling his character and integrity.

The sad part is that if Cronje commited a crime, his crime is
insignificant compared to what people like Azharuddin and Wasim Akram
have been doing.

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160 million Indian rupees earned by current Indian player

Post by Ram Tekumall » Wed, 12 Apr 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

>This money does not include the money he earned from the cricket board.
>Neither does it include his endor***t earnings. All that is seperate.
>This amount which is approximately 3.75 million dollars is money that
>he hid from the income tax dept. He declared it under the country's
>voluntary disclosure scheme. This was for businessmen who hid their
>incomes from income tax. Now Azharuddin has no businesses. At least
>none which can earn this kind of money. Where did he come up with this
>money. The only logical explanation is that he earned it illegally. He
>earned it by selling his character and integrity.

Eh? What if he auctioned off his designer watches, cars and the like. Given
the craze for "phoren" stuff and that it belonged to a national cricketer
....

Ah, you don't even have any concrete evidence about Azhar, do you?

Quote:

>The sad part is that if Cronje commited a crime, his crime is
>insignificant compared to what people like Azharuddin and Wasim Akram
>have been doing.

Evidence, please

Ram T

 
 
 

160 million Indian rupees earned by current Indian player

Post by R. Bharat Ra » Thu, 13 Apr 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> This money does not include the money he earned from the cricket board.
> Neither does it include his endor***t earnings. All that is seperate.
> This amount which is approximately 3.75 million dollars is money that
> he hid from the income tax dept. He declared it under the country's
> voluntary disclosure scheme. This was for businessmen who hid their
> incomes from income tax. Now Azharuddin has no businesses. At least
> none which can earn this kind of money. Where did he come up with this
> money. The only logical explanation is that he earned it illegally. He
> earned it by selling his character and integrity.

> The sad part is that if Cronje commited a crime, his crime is
> insignificant compared to what people like Azharuddin and Wasim Akram
> have been doing.

Wonderful.  First, you don't know if the ex-captain is Azhar.  Second,
you are naive if you think all endor***t money is paid legally.  (Next
you'll tell me that film stars get their reported huge salaries in white
money, and every house is indeed sold in India for the declared
price.)

Its muck-raking scum like you who besmirch a man's character without
a shred of proof, without the courage to sign their name or say it to the
man's face and risk being sued / beaten up, that are beneath contempt...

Bharat
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160 million Indian rupees earned by current Indian player

Post by Rocky Raccoo » Thu, 13 Apr 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> Wonderful.  First, you don't know if the ex-captain is Azhar.  Second,
> you are naive if you think all endor***t money is paid legally.  (Next
> you'll tell me that film stars get their reported huge salaries in white
> money, and every house is indeed sold in India for the declared
> price.)

Endor***t money is different from money paid to filmstars.

Assume Pepsi paid 50 Lakhs to Azhar, they are gonna do it white money
coz for Pepsi, it would be a tax write off as a legitimate adverstising
expenditure.

 
 
 

160 million Indian rupees earned by current Indian player

Post by Sid » Fri, 14 Apr 2000 04:00:00

incomes from income tax. Now Azharuddin has no businesses. At least

Quote:
> none which can earn this kind of money. Where did he come up with this
> money. The only logical explanation is that he earned it illegally. He
> earned it by selling his character and integrity.

Maybe it's Bijli's illegal money from films?

Sid

 
 
 

160 million Indian rupees earned by current Indian player

Post by cricketwal.. » Fri, 14 Apr 2000 04:00:00



Quote:

> > Wonderful.  First, you don't know if the ex-captain is Azhar.
Second,
> > you are naive if you think all endor***t money is paid legally.
(Next
> > you'll tell me that film stars get their reported huge salaries in
white
> > money, and every house is indeed sold in India for the declared
> > price.)

> Endor***t money is different from money paid to filmstars.

> Assume Pepsi paid 50 Lakhs to Azhar, they are gonna do it white money
> coz for Pepsi, it would be a tax write off as a legitimate
adverstising
> expenditure.

Not to mention the fact that payments by Pepsi shouldnt be construed to
being the same as payments from Dawood Ibrahim, no? :-) Nobody denies
that gangsters have been paymasters for the film-industry (and by
extension film-stars) - thats why there are often such close
relationships between them, and why film-stars are loaded with "black"
money. But if there is even a hint that something similar is happening
in cricket, that is certainly enough material to conduct a detailed,
independent inquiry, one hopes. With all that has happened, shouldnt it
be better to be safe about these things, at least?

The endorsments are public knowledge, even the amounts are public
knowledge - and, as you say, they are tax-write-offs and often
published in the public accounts of the company. I personally dont see
that as a source for 16 crores of black money, but thats just a
personal opinion.

Sadiq [ not buying it yet ] Yusuf

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