More than 120 vehicles were used in the campaign. 

Jalna :

During raids on tax evasion at various premises belonging to some business groups in Maharashtra's Jalna, the Income Tax Department team seized "benami" properties worth around Rs 390 crore.

The concerned officials gave this information.

The seized assets include Rs 56 crore in cash and 32 kg of gold, pearls and diamonds worth Rs 14 crore. 

During the raid, the officials also recovered some documents and digital data of the property.

According to the information received, raids were conducted between August 1 and 8 in residential and official premises belonging to two business groups dealing in steel, cloth and real estate.

It took about 13 hours for the Income Tax officials to count the cash seized during the raids.

After receiving inputs about alleged tax evasion by these business groups in the district, the Income Tax Department had formed five teams of 260 officials from across the state for the search operation.

Officials said more than 120 vehicles were used in the operation. 

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