State Taxes recovered 6.30 lakh penalty from defaulting dealers

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By FK WEB DESK on 28/01/2019.

State Taxes recovered 6.30 lakh penalty from defaulting dealers

Srinagar, Jan 28: Continuing with the drive against the tax defaulters , the enforcement
team led by Additional Commissioner , State Taxes ( Administration
& Enforcement ) Kashmir , Mr. Manzoor Ahmad Bhat, KAS, under the
instructions of Commissioner State Taxes, J&K, Mr. P.K Bhat conducted an
extensive inspection of business units at North Srinagar mainly comprising
areas of Sheltang , Maloora and adjacent areas.


The main Business units of the area were inspected and sales records of some of the units, which were
seized for scrutiny in view of noticing some suspicious tendencies of evasion
of tax includes M/s Bagdadi Bakers , M/s Raheek Sales Corporation , M/s
Raheek Multinational and M/s North Kashmir Sales.


The inspection team also seized five (5) computer laptops , besides, the business related malfide
accounting software . An amount of Rs.6.30 Lacs as tax, interest and penalty
has also been realised from other defaulting dealers .

The Inspecting team included State Tax Officers namely Mr Mohammad
Muneer Bhat , Mr. Majeed ul Islam , Mr Syed Faheem Bahaqi , Mr. Ovais
Mushtaq , Dr. Irfan Ali Khan , Mr. Abdul Raouf Shah and Mr Khalid Mohammad
Chesti, along with Inspectors and other officials of the Department.


All the Business establishment inspected were exhorted to implement the GST Laws
in letter and spirit to further avoid initiation of penalty proceedings against
them. The response of the traders and General public to the team was
conducive and warming.

State Taxes department, through this publication, advises the dealers to
avoid using dishonest practices for evasion of tax and are requested to adhere
to the provisions of the GST Act, 2017 and the rules framed there under,
strictly in letter and spirit.