Bengaluru Auto Driver’s 1.6 Crore Villa Was A Gift From 72-year-old American Friend
The Income Tax department has been intently observing a Bangalorean auto-rickshaw driver named Nalluralli Subramani based on injustice with respect to the ownership and purchasing of his rich estate in Whitefield.
After he was blamed for being associated with helping top government officials in evading tax, it has become visible that simply like Subramani said, the villa is thanks to the generosity of American women.
According to the sources, the lady identified as Lara Evison, 72 years old had given him the money. Lara came to Bengaluru in 2006 and stayed in the city till 2010. Subramani helped her get around from place to place. Not only with money for villa, but the woman is also helping with education-related expenses of his two kids.
The IT department’s speculation began when they came to learn that Subramani was close to BJP MLA Arvind Limbavali and they believed that he was being used as a ‘benami’ for tax evaders.
Subramani told investigators, “She was struggling to get a cab or rickshaw on a rainy day, I dropped her home that day. I also dropped her back home on another occasion. Since then, we had an agreement that she would pay me to drop her and pick her up whenever she needed transportation. We became friends and when she heard that my family and I were struggling financially, she offered to buy us a house,”
Even now when the woman visits Bengaluru, she stays in the same villa with the family.