STATE TIMES NEWS POONCH: The State Taxes Department on Thursday recovered a fine of Rs 45,300 from the tax evaders during a Naka here at Kalai Bridge. The State Taxes Officer, Enforcement wing Rajouri-Poonch range under the instructions of Commissioner, State Taxes, P.K Bhat today intercepted number of load carrying vehicles at Kalai Bridge Poonch for physical verification and scrutiny of tax invoices and other bills. The dealers, whose vehicles carrying goods without proper documents were detained and imposed penalty to the tune of Rs 45,300 after scrutiny of tax invoices. Till the report poured in few cases were still under scrutiny. Moreover, total penalties imposed till ending January, 2020 (Aug. to Jan. ) were amounting to Rs 14,20,582. The checking was carried out by State Tax Officer (STO) Enforcement wing Rajouri-Poonch Range Ashiq Rafiq Malik under the supervision of Additional Commissioner ST (Administration and Enforcement) Rifat Kohli and DC Enforcement Samba Sanjay Gupta. The STO (Enforcement) also urged traders, transporters and shopkeepers to ensure the receipt of tax invoices of the stocks purchased and held by them, for sale on their business premises. He further said that the State Taxes Department shall continue inspection of conveyances carrying goods towards Rajouri-Poonch without proper tax invoices, e-way bills etc. The defaulters shall be penalized under section 129 of CGST Act, he added. State Taxes Officer Circle Poonch, Mohd Yousaf Bhat, inspector, Vikas Sharma and other officials of the department were also present during checking.
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