Income Tax Department came to help Kevin Pietersen

Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen has a very close relationship with India. Kevin Pietersen often comes to India for commentary. Be it IPL or India’s home series, Pietersen is often seen doing commentary. PM Modi had sent him a message on India’s 73rd Republic Day. But now Kevin Pietersen tweeted on Twitter on Tuesday and told that he is in trouble. For which he sought help from his fans and also tagged PM Narendra Modi on the tweet. What is Kevin Pietersen’s problem? Let us tell you in this article.

Kevin Pietersen sought help from India

In fact, on Tuesday afternoon, Kevin Pietersen tweeted on Twitter that he has lost his PAN card and he has also tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi on this tweet. Kevin Pietersen tweeted, “India please help. I have lost my pan card and traveling on monday but need physical card for work. Can someone please refer me to someone I can contact immediately for help?”

Let us tell you, if foreign nationals are doing business living in India or earning through any other means, then they also have to get a PAN card. Foreign nationals have to fill Form 49-AA to get a PAN card in India.

Income tax department came Kevin Pietersen to help

Seeing this tweet by Kevin Pietersen, the Indian Income Tax Department responded to help on his tweet. The Income Tax Department wrote two replies to Kevin’s tweet. In one of the replies, the Tax Department wrote, ‘If you have PAN card details then you can apply at these places to get physical PAN card. INakam Tax wrote in his second reply, ‘If you do not remember PAN card details and want PAN access for physical card, you may email [email protected] and [email protected]