Additional Commissioner (Administration) of Udaipur, Ashok Kumar informed that those businessmen or traders that are conducting their business per legal registration need not worry about the Fake Firm Registration Campaign being run from May 16 till July 15 in Udaipur. He alerted that fake information being spread on social media should not be taken into cognizance as the relevant departments will take action only if the registration is found to be fake. Door to door survey will be done in this campaign, he added.
Ashok Kumar was chairing the meeting between representatives of the Udaipur Tax Bar Association and Chartered Accountants Association of Udaipur at the Commercial Tax Department in Udaipur.
The need of this dialog was to address the doubts related to the Fake Firm Identification Campaign. It has been a trend that such campaigns also become a nighmare for genuine tax payers. Various points were discussed in the context of the guidelines issued against fake registration. Joint Commissioner Manish Bakshi and Ravindra Jain informed about the campaign, which will run from May 16 to July 15.
Key Points for genuine tax payers:
What are the consequences of Non Compliance
Under this campaign, verification will be done on the basis of information received from the headquarters and intelligence agencies and legal action will be taken if irregularities are found. Action will only be taken against traders operating under fake registrations and all the stakeholders in the fake registration chain will be rounded up.
The members of the Tax Bar were expected to provide correct information about the campaign to the dealers. Further, members of the Tax Bar were asked to connect on 0294-2583004 in case of queries. Members of the Tax Bar presented their doubts and gave suggestions as well regarding the campaign and assured full cooperation. The Additional Commissioner called for more and active participation in VAT and GST amnesty scheme.