Reviews functioning of CTD Jammu
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 30: Kifayat Hussain Rizvi today visited the winter capital of the State to take stock of the functioning of the Jammu wing of the Commercial Taxes Department(CTD).
During the visit, Rizvi besides interacting with various functionaries of the department, also visited the Check post Lakhanpur and reviewed its working.
He issued on spot instructions to streamline the functioning of the check post.
Rizvi instructed functionaries to ensure that genuine, honest and regular traders/dealers do not face any difficulty at the check post.
He instructed them to be doubly assured before taking any action under provisions of various Acts as the dealers from far flung areas cannot afford to visit checkpost to plead their cases.
He asked the functionaries of the department to treat every dealer/trader with honour and dignity even though they may feel that there has been lapse from the trader/dealers.
“But at the same time, tax evaders/law violators shall be dealt with strictly,” he added
Rizvi also met the members of the Jammu and Kashmir Tax Bar Association.
The advocates apprised him of the difficulties being faced by them due to the pendency of various cases.
They suggested that while drafting tax legislations or making amendments in the existing legislations, they should also be associated with as they have “rich experience and can contributes a lot.”
Rizvi, an official statement said, assured them to full cooperation and welcomed their suggestion.
Later, the representatives of the Jammu Goods Transport Companies Association called on Rizvi apprising him of various problems being faced by them.
Rizvi has impressed upon the members of the transport companies Association to ensure that the registered dealers transporting their goods submit form VAT-65 either at the checkpost or they should obtain these forms from the dealers on behalf of the department before allowing them to lift their goods from the premises of their companies.
Lastupdate on : Wed, 30 May 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 30 May 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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