I have a scenario like this.
I have stocks as RSU in US and they vested in 2010-2019.
these stocks I sold then partially in 2019 and I invested that amount in buying a house A.
I also had a house B in my name which I sold and re invested that amount in another plot to construct a house C.
I did a gift deed to my wife for house A in 2023.
In 2023 again I have bought a plot to construct a house. I have the above stocks left as RSU in US and I want to sell them and use that money to pay for the land and construct a house D.
So as per section 54 can i avoid capital gains tax on the amount after selling those shares as I am investing that in construction of a house D
I only have plot C in my name as I have gifted the house A to my wife and will own plot and house D now.
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