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Registration of all government departments in GST is compulsory: Joint Commissioner from State Tax Department meeting with DM and officers in Bareilly

Registration of all government departments in GST is compulsory: Joint Commissioner from State Tax Department meeting with DM and officers in Bareilly

In Bareilly today, Joint Commissioner Arun Shankar Rai from the State Tax Department, TDS by the State Tax Department. The deduction was held with DM and other officers. During this time, he has clearly stated that registration of all government departments in GST is mandatory. Maximum GST is mandatory for all government departments to register and cut TDS (GST) as per rules to register and supply traders and supply traders and supplies of contractors, goods and services. Efforts should be made to register. The DM was chaired by the DM meeting the meeting regarding the TDS deduction by the State Tax Department in the Collectorate Auditorium today. Joint Commissioner Arun Shankar Rai, Treasurer Paras Nath Gupta and other concerned officials were present in the meeting. The Joint Commissioner of the State Tax Department addressed the first officers. Why GST registration compulsory was compulsory about this. After this, DM Shivakant Dwivedi addressed the officers. He instructed more and more traders regarding GST registration to provide facilities to traders operating business activity within the state. He said that many goods and services are supplied by various government departments from government funds. For this, 2 percent TDS (GST) on the source while paying on the payment made by the government departments for this. It is mandatory to cut and submit it to the state treasury. He said that it is mandatory for all government departments to be registered in GST. Along with this, more and more traders should also be prepared for GST registration. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA CODE of Ethics.

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July 28th 2022, 3:59 pm
Amitesh Kumar
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