This includes personal income tax (PIT) refunds amounting to Rs 36,028 crore and corporate tax refunds of over Rs 1 lakh crore during this period.
I-T raids against cattle feed producer lead to seizure of Rs 52 lakh jewellery, Rs 121 crore blackmoney
The CBDT said the directors of these shell companies are dummy, non-filers and individuals of no means.
The DoR said that the notified Income Tax Return for the current AY 2020-21 already requires reporting of GST outward supplies in the Schedule GST.
An Income Tax department spokesperson said that during searches, the sleuths unearthed evidence including unaccounted stock maintained by the assessee at various places
Sleuths of the income tax department, who conducted searches on Wednesday, also unearthed evidence relating to investments in a Singapore registered company
This includes Personal Income Tax (PIT) refunds amounting to Rs 34,820 crore and corporate tax refunds aggregating to Rs 94,370 crore during this period.
Besides e-invoices, 6.41 crore e-way bills were generated in October which was highest in any month since the launch of the service.
As much as Rs 3.21 crore cash has been seized during the raids, while fixed deposits of Rs 30 crore have been placed under prohibitory orders.
The government had earlier in May extended various due dates for filing ITRs for the 2019-20 fiscal from July 31 to November 30.
Private sector, state government, PSU employees eligible for I-T exemption under LTC cash voucher scheme
The employees have to exercise an option for the deemed LTC fare in lieu of the applicable LTC in the Block year 2018-21.
As part of the State-wide operation, Income Tax Department officials carried out searches in various places in the western districts.
They alleged that the money is unaccounted and has been seized from various premises including those belonging to a person identified as Sanjay Jain.
Also found were Rs 2.37 crore cash and jewellery worth Rs 2.89 crore has also been found along with 17 bank lockers, which are yet to be operated, it said.
According to the traders, the central agencies are accusing them for the spike in onion prices.
The searches were carried out on Monday at 42 premises in Delhi-NCR, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Goa, it said.