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1. This matter is taken up through hybrid mode. 2. Heard Mr. P. C. Nayak, learned counsel for the petitioner and Mr. P.P. Mohanty, learned Additional Government Advocate for the State-Opposite Parties. 3. It is submitted at the Bar that, the present writ petition being identical to W.P.(C) No.5933 of 2020, the same may be disposed of in terms of the order dated 18th February, 2020 passed in W.P.(C) No.5933 of 2020. 4. By way of this writ petition, the Petitioner has challenged the...
Dr. S. Muralidhar, CJ. 1. The present petition seeks a direction to the Opposite Parties to implement the order dated 17th September, 2018 passed by the Joint Commissioner of Sales Tax, Bolangir Range, Bolangir (hereinafter referred to as ‘Revisional Authority’) directing restoration of old registration number under the GST Act. The Petitioner has also sought the quashing of the demand dated 4th March, 2021 as a result of denial of the Input Tax Credit (ITC) to the Petitioner....

GURDIT DANG vs. STATE OF ODISHA


(Orissa High Court | Nov 26, 2021)

1. This matter is taken up through Hybrid Arrangement (Virtual/Physical Mode). 2. This is the 2nd journey of the Petitioner who is in custody in connection with No. P.R.02 of 2021-22 dated 09.07.2021 of the CT & GST Enforcement Unit, Rourkela, corresponding to 2(C) CC Case No. 32 of 2021 on the file of learned S.D.J.M., Panposh, Rourkela running for commission of offences punishable under section 132 (1)(b)(c) and (1) of Odisha Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (for short called as ...

B.S. MINERALS vs. STATE OF ODISHA AND OTHERS


(Orissa High Court | Nov 25, 2021)

01. 1. This is the second writ petition by the same Petitioner i.e. M/s B.S. Minerals on the issue of denial of refund of unutilized input tax credit (ITC) against export of iron ore fines for which the export duty is nil as a result of an exemption notification. 2. In earlier writ petition of the Petitioner i.e. W.P.(C) No.26685 of 2021, the challenge was to two instructions dated 8th June and 25th June 2021 issued by the Joint Commissioner of CT and GST (Law) at Cuttack instructing Circ...

OJESH PATI vs. STATE OF ODISHA AND OTHERS


(Orissa High Court | Nov 24, 2021)

1. There are five prayers in the present petition, which read as under: "i. why the action and decision of the Opp.parties shall not be declared illegal, unconstitutional and violative of legal right of the petitioner on account of the Taxes being shared and borne by the petitioner on post enactment goods and Service Tax Act, 2017, thereby infringing the Goods and Service Tax, 2017. ii. the Opp. parties shall not be directed to restitute the benefit of GST to the petitioner along...

KASHMIR KUMAR AGRAWAL vs. STATE OF ODISHA


(Orissa High Court | Nov 15, 2021)

Heard Mr. R.P. Kar, learned counsel for the petitioner and Sri Sunil Kumar Mishra, learned Additional Standing Counsel for CT & GST.   2. The petitioner is in custody since 17.08.2020 in connection with 2(c)CC Case No. 38/2020 pending in the court of learned S.D.J.M., Panposh corresponding to GST and CT Enforcement Unit, Rourkela Case No. 1/2020- 2021 for the alleged commission of offence punishable under Section 132(1)(i) of Odisha Goods and Services Tax Act,2017(hereinafter ref...
I.A. No.15888 of 2021 1. This is an application for recalling the order dated 8th September, 2021 passed in the present writ petition. 2. The Petitioner in para 4 of this application has stated as under: “4. That in the Cause Title of the said Writ Application so far as Opposite Party No.1 is concerned it was mentioned the Commissioner, CT and GST, Odisha, at Banijyakar Bhawan, Cantonment Road, Dist-Cuttack instead of the Commissioner, CGST, Central Excise and Customs, Centr...
1. There are five prayers in the present petition, which read as under: ‘i. why the action and decision of the Opp.parties shall not be declared illegal, unconstitutional and violative of legal right of the petitioner on account of the Taxes being shared and borne by the petitioner on post enactment goods and Service Tax Act, 2017, thereby infringing the Goods and Service Tax, 2017. ii. the Opp.parties shall not be directed to restitute the benefit of GST to the petitioner along...
01. 1. These five matters arise out of a common set of facts and are accordingly being disposed of by this common order. 2. In all these writ petitions the challenge is to orders dated 28th April 2021 passed by the Additional Commissioner of Sales Tax (Appeal), Central Zone, Odisha (Opposite Party No.2) rejecting the appeal filed by the Petitioner under Section 107 (1) of the Odisha Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (OGST Act) and holding that the appeals filed are defective since the Peti...
1. The Petitioner, who is a dealer registered under the Odisha GST Act, has filed this petition questioning the order dated 5th April, 2021 passed by the Additional Commissioner of CT & GST (Appeal), Bhubaneswar rejecting the Petitioner’s appeal questioning the order passed by the learned Proper Officer (LPO) rejecting the Petitioner’s application for revocation of cancellation of his registration on 7th January, 2021 under Section 30(2) of the OGST Act. 2. The background ...