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Complaint against CGST: Cigarette factory was wrongly closed, court ordered to open 50 thousand costs on the department

Complaint against CGST: Cigarette factory was wrongly closed, court ordered to open 50 thousand costs on the department

The Division Bench of the High Court has ordered the opening of Ellora Tobacco closed on 12 June 2020. Action was taken by CGST on charges of tax evasion. The High Court said that it is completely wrong to keep the factory closed for so long. The seal on the factory should be removed. The factory has been closed for two years. To compensate for the revenue that has suffered the loss of revenue from this, he can file a case on the department as per law. At the same time, the court has also imposed a cost of 50 thousand rupees on the department, which will be given to the petitioner. The decision was given by a bench of Justice Vivek Rusia, Justice Amarnath Kesharwani. Advocate Abhinav Malhotra was advocated on behalf of the petitioner. Action was taken by the CGST wing on Ellora Tobacco with Kishore Wadhwani influence. Closed tax evasion of billions of rupees. The department had also accused the factory operators of selling more cigarettes than machines by showing less cigarette production on paper and selling it in the market. After asking for undertaking of production according to the ability, the petitioner had applied to open the factory before the CGST. CGST said that work will be done according to the production capacity of the machine, its undertaking should be given. Till then the seal will not be removed. It was mentioned in the petition that the CGST used at the time of production in the factory was being repaid. Despite this, action was taken in a hostile manner. By the time the factory was operational, the Excise Department officials were present in the factory premises for 24 hours. The High Court, after hearing all the parties, ruled the CGST action wrong. The court said that the entire action of CGST is contrary to the law, while the court also said that the department should also take action against those officers who have taken wrong action in this case. In this case, CGST Commissioner Partha Rai Chaudhary says, we have not received a copy of the order. Right now it is too early to say anything about this. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 12:10 am
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