IT dept busts Nashik onion cartel that made India weep – Daily News & Analysis

September 16, 2017
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Income Tax raids on seven largest onion traders in Nashik has busted the cartel that was controlling India’s onion trade. Lasalgaon, near Nashik, is the center of wholesale onion trade in India and controls the retail rate of the vegetable widely used …
Traders boycott onion auction after IT raidsTimes of India
After Income-Tax dept raids 7 traders, India’s biggest onion market shuts downFinancial Express
Nashik’s Lasalgaon Mandi remains shut as govt raids large onion farmersBusiness Standard
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