Officials in Uttarakhand have disclosed a GST evasion worth crores of rupees. After the disclosure of the matter, officials of the investigating team are also in shock. The case belongs to Haridwar.
Officials have caught theft of goods and service tax (GST) of 50 crores from 14 traders. 15 teams of the State Tax Department launched a massive campaign in Haridwar. The arrested traders have asked to deposit money in the treasury soon.
Under the leadership of Additional Commissioner Tax (Haridwar) Rakesh Tandon, a team of 40 officials and employees of the State Tax Department examined the GST in the establishments of 14 traders in Haridwar on Monday.
During this, it was found that merchants are not generating e-bills on a regular basis. Not only this, duly giving returns are not even deposited. The undeclared turnover of more than 50 crores came to light during the investigation.
Most traders agreed to deposit tax only during the investigation and deposited in the treasury. Additional Commissioner Rakesh Tandon said, soon other traders will also be examined.