The department also slapped the new anti-black money act against him for allegedly holding illegal assets abroad.
The asset is suspected to be in Singapore. The Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets) and Imposition of Tax Act, 2015 deals with cases of overseas illegal assets, which till recently were probed under the Income Tax Act, 1961.
The new legislation has provisions for a steep 120 per cent tax and penalty on undisclosed foreign assets and income, besides carrying a jail term of up to 10 years.
The taxman also filed a charge sheet against Nirav Modi before a special court in Mumbai under various sections of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
The court will take up the case on February 27.
In the Maharashtra capital, the properties that have been provisIonally attached pending assessment, include his premises in the posh Peddar road area, Worli, Bandra, Lower Parel and Opera House. A total of 105 bank accounts of Nirav Modi, his family and companies have also been attached, they said.
"These attachments have been made keeping in view the huge demand which is likely to be raised in the assessment proceedings which are underway in the case of Nirav Modi, his family members and group concerns," an I-T report, accessed by PTI, said.
The I-T had first raided Nirav Modi in January last year on charges of alleged tax evasion.
Nirav Modi and others are accused in a Rs 11,400-crore fraud involving Punjab National Bank. The accused are believed to have left the country.
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