Dushyant Singh Pundir
Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, January 1
After witnessing an exponential revenue growth in November last year, the gross Goods and Services Tax (GST) collection increased by just 4 per cent in December 2021.
According to the Ministry of Finance, the GST collection in Chandigarh stood at Rs164 crore in December last year, which was 4 per cent more than Rs158 crore collected during the same month in 2020. However, in November last year, the GST collection swelled to Rs180 crore, which was 27 per cent more than Rs141 crore collected during the same month in 2020.
The GST collection in October last year was Rs158 crore, which was also 4 per cent higher than the tax of Rs152 crore generated in October 2020. The tax collection in September was recorded at Rs152 crore, which was 8 per cent higher than the GST of Rs141 crore generated during the same month in 2020.
In August last year, the GST collection was Rs144 crore, an increase of 4 per cent on Rs139 crore tax received during the corresponding period in 2020.
With a gross GST collection of Rs169 crore, the UT Administration had registered a robust growth of 23 per cent in July last year in comparison to the revenue of Rs137 crore generated in July 2020.
The Finance Ministry did not release the state-wise data of the GST collection during January, April, May and June 2021. In March 2021, the GST collection was Rs165.27 crore, 8 per cent more than the revenue of Rs153.26 crore generated during the same period in 2020. The GST collection stood at Rs148.5 crore in February, 14 per cent less than the revenue of Rs172.37 crore received during the corresponding period in 2020.
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