STATE TIMES NEWS KISHTWAR: The State Tax Department on Thursday intensified the inspection drive of business units at Kishtwar. The State Taxes Department, under the directions of Commissioner State Taxes, J&K, P.K Bhat and under the command of Additional Commissioner, State Taxes, Administration and Enforcement Jammu, Mohammed Shahid Saleem conducted an extensive drive. The main business units which were inspected include New Vishal Enterprises, Zam Zam Sweets, Shiva Medicos, Azad Cement and Dazzling Glass House. Sale records of these units were seized for scrutiny in view of noticing some suspicious tendencies to evade tax. Besides more than thirty business units were inspected on random basis. The inspecting team included 6 State Tax officers namely Mohammed Ashfaq, Javaid, Neeraj, Arvind, Mohit, Riyaz and Inspectors and sub inspectors of the Department. All the business establishments inspected were exhorted to implement the GST laws in letter and spirit to avoid initiation of penalty proceedings against them. The response of the traders and general public to the team was conducive and warming. The drive has been conducted by the Department with a motto to reach out to the traders in remote areas to listen to their genuine concerns and lend a helping hand to them to ensure implementation of GST laws. The Department shall in near future reach out in similar manner to other far off and remote areas of Jammu division as well.
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