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JAMMU: The Chamber of Commerce and Industries Jammu on Friday said it would oppose the state government’s decision of not charging entry tax from e-commerce companies for sub-Rs 5,000 purchases.
“An urgent meeting was convened at Chamber House today wherein representatives from different trades were present regarding the relaxations given to the e-commerce and online shopping sector by not imposing entry tax on purchases less than Rs 5,000,” CCI Jammu said in a statement. The meeting unanimously decided to force the government to impose entry tax on online shopping.
“We have already made a representation before the Commissioner Commercial Taxes so that the trading community gets a fair chance of being competitive in rates which is a fundamental right”, he said.
Senior Vice President Sham Lal Langer, Junior Vice President Deepak Aggarwal, Secretary General Arun Gupta, Secretary Rahul Mahajan and Treasurer Ashu Gupta were also present in the meeting.
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