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ELP has promoted Harsh Shah, Kumar Visalaksh, Hardik Modh, Jitendra Motwani, Karthik Sundaram and Ranjeet Mahtani to partners of its tax department.

Before joining ELP in 2006, Shah worked with Deloitte and PwC. He specialises in indirect taxes.

Mahtani joined ELP in 2007 from Deloitte; he also specialises in indirect taxes. Both Motwani and Modh focus on tax litigation. Shah, Mahtani and Motwani will all be located in the Mumbai office. 

Visalaksh will be based in the Delhi office, with Sundaram in the Channai office and Modh in Ahmedabad. 

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