STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: State Taxes Enforcement Wing, Jammu (North) on Monday intensified its drive against tax evaders and intercepted a number of vehicles, wherein goods were being transported without requirements mandated under GST law. These drives were supervised by DC Enforcement Jammu (North), Sunaina Sharma and during the course of checking by enforcement team, nine cases of evasion were detected during period of January-February 2020 and Rs 10,75,518 was recovered as penalty from defaulters. The Deputy Commissioner Enforcement appealed to all stakeholders to transport goods strictly in accordance with provisions laid down in GST law and carry required documents along with, including tax invoice, e-way bill (wherever applicable) etc invariably. Further the Deputy Commissioner stated that drive against the attempts of evasion of GST will continue and, if required, investigations will be carried out wherever necessary. The GST enforcement team Jammu (North) comprised of State Taxes Officer Ashwani Sharma, Inspectors S P Singh, Beant Singh, Sanjeev Sharma, Anil Parihar, Sub-Inspectors Manvinder Singh, Ajay Kumar, Azad Wani, Mukhtar Chowdhary, Rajesh Sambyal, Rajesh Kumar and Guards Mohammad Younis, Ashfaq Malik, Tilak Raj, Sham Lal, Javed Iqbal and Bihari Lal.
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