GST Return Scrutiny: CGST Delhi Commissionerate detects excess availment of ITC of more than Rs 94 Crores
On the Anti-Evasion side, on the basis of scrutiny of GST returns, Officers of CGST Delhi (South) Commissionerate have detected a case of excess availment of Input Tax Credit (ITC) amounting to more than Rs. 94 Crores.
The entire amount has since been recovered.
This information was shared by My Vivek Johri, the Chairman of the Central Board of Indirect taxes & Customs (CBIC). He also praised the GST Officers for their Actions.
He further shared that “Last week, officers of Amritsar Customs interdicted a consignment of liquorice roots being imported from Afghanistan. X-ray scanning revealed irregular spots in some of the wooden logs. On closer examination, some logs were found to contain a powdery material in specially made cavities. A total of 102 kgs of powder, suspected to be heroin and having an estimated value of more than Rs. 700 Crore in the international market was recovered. Congratulations to the officers for their alertness and hard work.”