The petition, which is likely to come up for hearing shortly, said that even after four years of the Central Goods and Services Act coming into existence, the tribunal has not been constituted.
It has said in a circular issued late Tuesday night that the extension granted by Supreme Court order applies only to quasi-judicial and judicial matters.
'The extension granted by Hon'ble Supreme Court order applies only to quasi-judicial and judicial matters relating to petitions/ applications/ suits/ appeals/ all other proceedings.'
Noting that the accused was juvenile at the time of commission of offence, a court here granted interim bail to a 18-year-old in an alleged GST fraud case registered in Maharashtra.
The State GST Intelligence Wing seized 1.250 kg gold which was being transported without necessary documents.
Minister of State for Finance Pankaj Chaudhary said that the Centre will borrow Rs 1.59 lakh crore from the market through a special window in the current fiscal year and pass it on to states/UTs.
Sources in the department said the special drive was initiated in the wake of reports on largescale tax evasion by traders.
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The accused had managed to pass bogus input tax credit with the help of fake firms they created using documents like PAN, Aadhaar, bank passbooks of plumbers, drivers and unemployed youth.
The Rs 3,033.1 crore that Odisha has been paid is almost half of the total shortfall for the entire year, sources said.
The accused in collusion with others availed bogus ITC by raising fake purchase invoices against 16 fictitious/non-existent business entities located at various places in the state.
A workshop was conducted through video conferencing with all field functionaries on Thursday and SOP shared with them on conducting the drive.
Out of the total amount of Rs 2,155 crore, the State will get Rs 1,968.46 crore under five year tenor and Rs 186.79 crore under two year tenor.
Kerala will get Rs 4,122.27 crore from the Rs 75,000 crore that the Union finance ministry has released to states and union territories as compensation for shortfall in GST revenues.
The same principles that were applied to similar loans last fiscal year will be applied this year as well.