Traders in Gujarat to ask officials to file GST returns for them in unique protest
In order to deal with difficulty in filing GST Returns, the traders of Gujarat have decided to take a unique step. Going by the Gujarat Commercial Tax Bar Association (SGCTBA), Federation of All India Traders (CAIT) and Power Makers Weaver Suites, Going to the Goods and Services Tax Facilitation Center (GSTSK), they ask the officials to upload the returns for them.
Surat:- The South Gujarat Commercial Tax Bar Association (SGCTBA), the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) and Power Lawm Waves will register their rights in a specific manner, to fill the goods and services tax facility center (GSK) officers here. Can be said. To face GST-2 details on GST portal on Friday to face the difficulties they are facing.
As a result, on Friday, traders and tax consultants have decided to visit GSK with a description of their business transactions on a flash drive, The Times of India told that traders and tax advisors will hand over the drivers to the present officials and upload them And ask to file returns so that they can face the difficulties of the traders.
Gujarat Sales President Waris Issani said, “Any officer has not been able to successfully make a single comeback despite trying for a few hours. We are facing various issues besides punishments for arbitrary errors, among others Are. ” Tax Bar Association (GSTBA) Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Rajkot, Surat, Bhavnagar and Junagadh where there were protests in those cities. Commercial tax department officials said they are doing their best to resolve issues relating to filing GST Returns.
During his last tour of Diamond City, Revenue Secretary Hashim Adhia had said in a public event that tax consultants and traders will have to keep a key press and their returns will be uploaded and filed on GST portal.
A notice on the GST site, however, stated, “The services will not be available from August 19, 2 pm to 2.45 pm Do come back later.” This is a very clear message for all those people who believe that GST will benefit the consumers and the poor. When the GST Facilitation Centers are high-powered employees and are equipped with the latest updated software infrastructure, how can they expect the GST-2 government to comply with a small business or consultant?