2 Companies Asked To Clear Rs 4 Cr GST Liability


SRINAGAR — Continuing with its drive against non-filers of returns and tax defaulters, a team of state tax officers asked two companies to clear liability of about 4 crore under Goods and Services Tax (GST) within a period of seven day in the summer capital, Srinagar.

An official spokesperson said that a team of state tax officers and inspectors on Saturday carried out a comprehensive drive in Srinagar.

During the course of such examination a liability on account of non filing of GSTR 3B amounting to Rs 1.8 crore was found against M/s Himalayan Motors Tengpora Bypass and Rs 1.99 crore against M/s Lands End Automotive Pvt Ltd Parimpora Bypass, he said.

He said the dealers were directed on the spot, to clear the liability within a period of seven days failing which action as warranted under the provisions of the J&K GST Act 2017 shall be initiated against them.

Through the medium of this circulation, all the non-filers of GSTR 3B are directed to file their returns online forthwith, using GST portal, he added.

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