New Delhi: Despite having all the evidence of Hassan Ali's black earnings, weak arguments by the government agencies helped him to walk free. Not only this, the government even had the details of Hasan’s aides, but the failure to link the evidences provided him an opportunity to get bail from a Mumbai court.

The Income Tax Department during the raid of Ali’s house in Pune had seized important documents. Papers with Danik Jagran reveal that Ali used to operate bank accounts in Switzerland, New York, Dubai and Singapore in which there has been continuous credit of unaccounted money. For instance, fax (41612777730) in Hasan’s Pune house revealed that USD 7 Lakh unaccounted money has been transferred from City Bank, New York to Ali’s Saraseen Bank in Zurinch.

Similarly, a man called Remo Maurar has credited USD 1.08 Lakh of unaccounted money from Sweshe Bank, Zurich to Ali’s account. But according to the court all these details of the transactions cannot be termed as strong evidence against the tax evader.

During the raids, the I-T department has seized the laptop of Hasan’s close aide, Philip Anandraj. The agency has received vital information from the laptop. For instance, in an account in Zurich-based UBS bank USD 116 crore were deposited between August and November 2006.

UBS bank official, M Vuthric has sent the information about the secret pleasure. Investigating agencies firmly believe that the account belongs to Hassan Ali but failed to prove it in the court. Now, the I-T department is planning to start fresh investigation in the case.