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Special attention to traders

 Special attention to traders

So far, goods transported without EWayBill were penalized under section 129 of the GST Act.

In the case of mobile checkpost reduction, or for any other reason, the use of Section 122, Section 122, Section 122 (Section 129), Section 130 (2) is also used in such case.

Knowing for General Knowledge ...

 Penalty for tax is as per section 129. That is, if there is an 18% tax on goods of 100 rupees, taxes of 18 rupees are levied and besides 18 rupees fine is penalized.

 Flat under section 122 (2) Penalty for Rs 10,000 / -.

 Flat under section 122 (3) Penalty for 25,000 / -.

In order to hide tax under section 130 (2), the goods being transported without EWayBill can be confiscated. And in the case of not wanting to seize the merchandise goods, the merchandise filled with the market value of the goods can be paid as a fine.

* If so, 18% of rupees If the officer of the mobile checkpost is caught without the EWayBill of 100000 / -, the goods will be supplied with this goods

⚫ Rs. 18,000 / - tax

➕ Rs. 18,000 / - fine (under section 129)

➕ Rs. 10,000 / - fine (under section 122 (1))

➕ Rs. 25,000 / - (under section 122 (3))

➕ Rs. 100,000 / - fine (under section 130)

* Ie Rs. If the goods of 100000 / - are caught by the mobile checkpost without EWayBill, then the trader has to pay a total of Rs. 171000 / - is to be filled when the goods are released

 It is imperative to keep a complete sale bill and true EWayBill in every transaction related to each trader to get rid of these worries. Bcz .. The mobile scope of the Sgst and Cgst department is at anytime and at anytime. .. Take care ..

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