Gupta family's Saharanpur property raided

Property belonging to the Guptas has been raided in the family's hometown of Saharanpur in India. eNCA's India Correspondent, Rebecca Bundhun, is following this story from Mumbai. Video: eNCA

JOHANNESBURG – The controversial Gupta family’s property in Saharanpur, India, has been raided by income tax officials on Tuesday.

The brothers have been implicated in alleged state capture in South Africa.

The city is a few hours north of Dheli and is the family’s ancestral home.

It is claimed the brothers named Sahara Computers after the area.

The raid started at around 7am.

Sources told eNCA shocked locals gathered outside the property.

  • Editor’s note: This is a developing story, more to follow.


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