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10,800 companies didn’t pay full tax to the Delhi government, the government will send a notice under the GST Act

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10,800 companies didn’t pay full tax to the Delhi government, the government will send a notice under the GST Act

10,800 companies didn't pay full tax to the Delhi government

10,800 companies didn’t pay full tax to the Delhi government, the government will send a notice under the GST Act

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The Delhi government has started clamping down on companies that don’t collect the tax by taking money from the general public. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia held a gathering with the GST department yesterday and analyzed things of collection. Between January and March 2020-21, a complete of 10,800 companies have submitted low or zero tax. In this, 970 companies didn’t pay any tax. The Delhi government has prepared the list of defaulting companies and is sending a notice to all or any under section 3-A of the GST Act and directing them to submit tax within 15 days. Aside from this, the Delhi government is additionally studying the info of seven lakh companies registered under the GST Act in Delhi. If there’s a disturbance within the tax deposits, then the action is going to be taken against those companies. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has appealed to all or any the businesses to gather the outstanding tax at the earliest. Sisodia says that companies don’t deposit money, Then strict action is going to be taken against them. This money belongs to the general public, which has got to be invested within the public interest.

Delhi government received only 3,777 crore tax from January to March
This analysis of taxpayers has shown that Delhi government has received only Rs 3,777 crore tax from January 2020 to March 2020. At an equivalent time, the govt received tax of Rs 5,792 crore in 2019-20. Compared to last year, this year 2015 crores have received less tax. An analysis of the Delhi government has revealed that there are about 10,800 companies in Delhi, which have paid less or zero tax from January to March. Out of this, there are 970 companies which haven’t deposited the tax in the least. This information has been found within the tax analysis of 15 thousand companies.

111 liquor companies also will be sent notice under VAT
A large number of companies are defaulters in terms of collection. Delhi government has become strict about collecting tax from these companies. The govt says that companies have taken tax money from the general public, but haven’t given it to the govt. The Delhi government is sending notices to 10,800 companies under Section 3A of the GST Act. Taxpayers are going to be given 15 days extension to gather tax. If tax isn’t deposited within the stipulated time, the action is going to be taken against them. There are 111 such liquor companies in Delhi, who haven’t paid VAT money from January to March, notice is additionally being given to them.

Strict action is going to be taken against those that don’t deposit tax – Manish Sisodia
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has appealed to all or any the businesses that those that haven’t deposited the whole tax from January to March, should submit the tax as soon as possible. Failure to try to so will affect public service and utility work, including Corona. The govt has prepared an entire list of such companies. If these companies don’t collect tax, strict action is going to be taken against them.

Significantly, the Delhi State Trade and Tax Department have started analyzing the return filing status of 15,000 taxpayers with registered large turnovers. These companies had got time till July 31 to gather tax, which has now expired. GST department has also started the action. Within the last week, 10 crore rupees are recovered from such defaulters. At an equivalent time, the GST department is additionally analyzing the tax payment profile of such taxpayers. Aside from this, people from whom tax is often taken, they’re also being identified. Last week, three major search operations were conducted against them, including marble, granite and bulk taxpayers and a tax of Rs 20.70 lakh was deposited from them. In one case, the company’s office has been sealed. Within the second case, the company’s papers are confiscated. Additionally, the action is additionally being taken on the movement of products without an e-way bill. During the effective action from 23 July 2020, 140 vehicles were tested and a tax of Rs 1 crore was recovered from them.

 

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