Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, July 19
After The Tribune highlighted how industrialists were up in arms against receiving the GST audit notices and had to go to Hoshiarpur for the same, the District Excise and Taxation Commissioner today called a meeting of traders and assured them that they won’t have to go to Hoshiarpur from now on. They can now complete their formalities at the GST Bhawan, Jalandhar.
The Traders Forum had yesterday said the department had been sending notices in the name of the GST audit and on the top of it; traders from the city were going to the GST Audit Wing in Hoshiarpur, which was again nothing short of harassment.
Today, the industrialists met the DETC with MLA Jalandhar Central Rajinder Beri and the MLA also urged the DETC not to send the notices to the industrialists for some time because of the pandemic. He also said the One Time Settlement Scheme for VAT assessment must be introduced as soon as possible so that the cases coming under remaining years could also get covered.
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