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GST dept approaches Jalandhar divison schools for book seller subtleties

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J Sam Daniel Stalin | Chennai | Last Updated on: 12 April, 2019 11:18 AM

After the enormous book selling business of ministers under the Diocese of Jalandhar becoming known as of late, the Jalandhar division of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) office, has coordinated all the non-public schools in the division to give the subtleties of the merchants/distributers providing books/uniform to these schools. The Jalandhar division covers income locale of Jalandhar, Amritsar and Ludhiana.

The office is additionally examining the book selling business of cleric Anthony Madassery, who under his firm Sahodhaya, has been selling reading material worth Rs 40 crore every year to around 70 schools over the state.

"They are solicited to give the subtleties from the merchants/distributers from which the understudies of their individual schools are getting the books as in practically every one of the schools the books/uniform sellers are suggested by the school specialists and understudies need to buy from that point just," said a senior officer in the GST division.

"On the off chance that schools are selling these books through their own course of action, at that point they need to give the GST enlistment number through which the installments are being made to the merchants for obtaining the books," he stated, including that dominant part of the schools procure immense commissions from the sellers.

"When we get the subtleties of these merchants we will get the GST registeration number from them to check the installment framework," said sources.

The Joint Director, GST, Jalandhar division, B K Virdi, said that in the wake of becoming visible of the gigantic book selling business, it was the office's obligation to check every single such detail from the schools.

"We have asked all the tuition based schools under Jalandhar division to give the subtleties of the merchants who are providing books to them," he said. About the clerics' book selling business, he stated, they were investigating that as well.

In the mean time, Assistant Excise and Taxation Commissioner (AETC), Jalandhar, has likewise been coordinated to get GST subtleties of different organizations of Father Anthony and different clerics.

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