ICA holds seminar
Srinagar, Nov 21: Northern Indian Regional Council of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, J&K branch, today organised the seminar on Trusts and Huf’s. On the sidelines it also held a felicitation function to honour newly appointed Chief Commissioner, Income Tax, K S Pathania and Joint Commissioner, Income Tax, Mahavir Singh. Chartered Accountant, Omesh Kumar Gupta spoke on the occasion.
Addressing the function, Pathanaia discussed various procedural issues in detail and assured all the Chartered Accountants his help in case of any problem. Singh also assured the participants his help settling their issues.
In the welcome address CA Ajay Sawhney assured newly appointed authorities that like always all the Chartered Accountants will be there for tax compliance.
The Function was attended by a large number of Chartered Accountants. CA Deepak Kapahi, Secretary conducted the proceedings of the Function & CA Karan Bir Singh Sethi, Vice Chairman of the Branch presented vote of thanks, a statement here said.
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