CM Jairam Thakur gave information, Rs 333 crore in 2019
Update: Monday, May 3, 2021 @ 9:54 PM
Shimla. of the state Excise and Taxation Department (Excise and Taxation Department) has collected Revenue of Rs 642 crores in April 2021, compared to Rs 76 crores in the same period last year. The department has registered a growth of 9 percent in April 2021 as compared to Rs 590 crore in April 2019. CM Jairam Thakur (CM Jai Ram Thakur) stated that the department continued to perform well in the financial year 2020-21, due to which revenue collection in the financial year 2020-21, despite heavy disruptions from Covid-19 during the last financial year. Exceeded 4 percent. CM said that the department had the highest of Rs 429 crore in April 2021 GST (GST) which was Rs 43 crore and Rs 333 crore respectively in April 2020 and April 2019. The excise function recorded a revenue collection of Rs 142 crore in April 2021, which was Rs 8 crore and Rs 155 crore in April 2020 and April 2019 respectively.
He said that due to the initiatives of the department, the growth in revenue collection has been successful. Especially by regularly interacting with taxpayers and issuing citations to them Epidemic Of the state at this time Economy (Economy) has been motivated for their contribution and timely compliance. In addition, the monitoring of regional units through display cards has created a healthy competitive environment across field structures, resulting in greater motivation for officers to meet set targets. Jairam Thakur said that the department has recently taken another initiative to evaluate its performance using performance cards for better transparency. The efforts of work units have been further strengthened with enhanced analytical and data-driven capabilities. The department has also laid emphasis on enhancing the functional and technical skills of the officers in core areas. These initiatives have increased the revenue receipts of the state.
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The CM said that the department has identified key focus areas for increasing the state GST revenue collections, resulting in COVID-19 Despite the increase in cases, there has been a steady increase in GST collections. Identification of cases related to physical verification of e-way bills, compliance with GSTR 3B return filing, recovery of interest on late return filing, recovery of ineligible ITC (ITC), tax evasion and wrongful refunds are the major focus areas.