E-Way Bill will help honest taxpayers: Gavai

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 22 Jan 2018 09:54:48


 

Business Bureau,

In order to keep watch on movement of goods and as an anti evasion measure, GST Council has decided to make movement of goods with E-Way Bill as mandatory, said Vinod Gavai, Deputy Commissioner of State GST. He was addressing at a workshop organised by Confederation of All India Traders, New Delhi (CAIT) on E-Way Bill.


Gavai said, generating on-line E-Way Bill is a simple process and can be done with help of mobiles also. It will be done through NIC site by filling From No. EBW-1. Both part A and part B are required to be filled. E-Way Bill has to be carried by the carrier of goods till the goods reach the destination. There is time limit for validity of E-Way Bill.


B C Bhartia, National President of CAIT, New Delhi said that use of technology has becomes integral part of any business. Traders will have to come up to the expectation of Government and do the compliance completely, correctly and timely.


Looking to the importance of E-Way Bill, Confederation of All India Traders, New Delhi in association with Shankarlal Jalan Foundation GST Ki Pathashala, situated opposite Harihar Mandir, Lakkadganj, Nagpur has decided to conduct free of cost workshop on E-Way Bill from January 23 to January 30 in batches of 30 persons. For this purpose interested persons will have to get themselves register in the time slots available.


Rahul Mule, Assistant Commissioner of State GST with the help of power point presentation explained the provisions of E-Way Bill GST compliance in a very simple language. He replied to doubts raised by traders.The programme was conducted by Neha Mishra, Director of GST Ki Pathashala, Kishor Dharashivkar, Team Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) Nagpur President proposed the vote of thanks. Prominently present were Mathuraprasad Goyal, Prabhakar Deshmukh, Gyaneshwar Rakshak, Rajkumar Gupta, Madhusudan Trivedi, Vithoba Shende, Asha Pandey, Swarnima Sinha, Jyoti Awasthi, Anita Ramprasad, Nisha Malpani and others.