Traders raise issues with GRC
Jammu, Dec 27: A meeting of the Grievance Redressal Committee was held here today with Financial Commissioner, Finance Department Iqbal Khandey in chair.
During the meeting, the representatives of trade and commerce projected various issues and raised certain grievances for consideration of the Committee. The representatives demanded inclusion of representatives in the Committee from traders associations and Tax Bar Associations, an official statement said.
The traders raised demands like minimizing the seizure of goods at check post Lakhanpur, classification of goods to remove ambiguity and unnecessary harassment, streamlining of submission of form VAT 65, updation of records of registration certificates of the dealers at Lakhanpur Checkpost, granting of amnesty to the industrial units on the same analogy of amnesty extended to traders, referring the seizure cases from the check post to concerned circles at Kashmir at Jammu for disposal, etc.
Khandey assured the traders’ representatives that all the points discussed in the meeting will be examined threadbare and outcome shall be intimated to all the concerned in due course of time.
Responding to the demands of the traders, the Financial Commissioner asked Commissioner Commercial Taxes to hold a meeting of representatives of trade and industry at check post Lakhanpur in which the officers of the check post should also participate so that a healthy interaction was held to sort-out issues.
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