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04-04-2018

Press Release No. 146
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CBEC Press Release dt 04.04.2018 on -- "IT Grievance Redressal Mechanism"

PRESS RELEASE 4 th April, 2018 Subject: Circular on setting up of an IT Grievance Redressal Mechanism to address the grievances of taxpayers due to technical glitches on GST Portal-reg. It has been decided by the Government to put in place an IT-Grievance Redressal Mechanism to address the difficulties faced by a section of taxpayers owing to technical glitches on the GST portal. In this regard, GST Council has delegated powers to an IT Grievance Redressal Committee to approve and recommend to the GSTN the steps to be taken to redress the grievance and provide relief to the taxpayer. The relief could be in the nature of allowing filing of any Form or Return prescribed in law or amending any Form or Return already filed. However, where the problem relates to individual taxpayer, due to localised issues such as non-availability of internet connectivity or failure of power supply, this mechanism shall not be available. 2. The mechanism inter alia envisages that taxpayers shall make an application to the field officers or the nodal officers where there was a demonstrable glitch on the Common Portal in relation to an identified issue, due to which the due process as envisaged in law could not be completed on the Common Portal. The IT Grievance Redressal committee shall examine and approve the solutions as may be necessary for an identified issue. 3. The Circular also seeks to address the problems faced by the taxpayers who could not complete the process of filing of TRAN-1 by due date, due to IT-glitch such that the process of digitally signing/ validating TRAN-1 could not be completed. The taxpayer would be allowed to complete the process of filing such TRAN 1, stuck due to IT glitches, by 30th April 2018 and the process of completing filing of GSTR 3B which could not be filed for such TRAN 1 shall be completed by 31st May 2018. 4. The last date for filing of TRAN 1 is not being extended in general and only the taxpayers, who have been identified in terms of the circular issued in this regard, shall be allowed to complete the process of filing TRAN-1. 5. The decision relating to filing of TRAN-1 shall benefit 17,573 taxpayers who shall consequently be able to avail Rs. 2582.98 cr. as CGST credit and Rs. 1112.77 cr. as SGST credit. For further details, circular no. 39/13/2018-GST dated 03.04.2018 may be downloaded from the website www.cbec.gov.in. ***************

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03-04-2018

Circular No. 39/2018
Central Tax

Setting up of an IT Grievance Redressal Mechanism to address the grievances of taxpayers due to technical glitches on GST Portal-reg

Circular No. 39/13/2018-GST F. No. 267/7/2018-CX.8 Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs New Delhi, dated the 3 rd April, 2018 To The Principal Chief Commissioners/ Chief Commissioners/ Principal Commissioners/ Commissioner of Central Tax (All), The Principal Director Generals/ Director Generals (All). Sub: Setting up of an IT Grievance Redressal Mechanism to address the grievances of taxpayers due to technical glitches on GST Portal-reg. Madam/Sir, It has been decided to put in place an IT-Grievance Redressal Mechanism to address the difficulties faced by a section of taxpayers owing to technical glitches on the GST portal and the relief that needs to be given to them. The relief could be in the nature of allowing filing of any Form or Return prescribed in law or amending any Form or Return already filed. The details of the said grievance redressal mechanism are provided below: 2. Introduction Where an IT related glitch has been identified as the reason for failure of a class of taxpayer in filing of a return or a form within the time limit prescribed in the law and there are collateral evidences available to establish that the taxpayer has made bonafide attempt to comply with the process of filing of form or return, GST Council has delegated powers to the IT Grievance Redressal Committee to approve and recommend to the GSTN the steps to be taken to redress the grievance and the procedure to be followed for implementation of the decision. 3. Scope Problems which are proposed to be addressed through this mechanism would essentially be those which relate to Common Portal (GST Portal) and affect a large section of taxpayers. Where the problem relates to individual taxpayer, due to localised issues such as nonavailability of internet connectivity or failure of power supply, this mechanism shall not be available. 4. IT-Grievance Redressal Committee Any issue which needs to be addressed through this mechanism shall be identified by GSTN and the method of resolution approved by the GST Implementation Committee (GIC) which shall act as the IT Grievance Redressal Committee. In GIC meetings convened to address IT issues or IT glitches, the CEO, GSTN and the DG (Systems), CBEC shall participate in these meetings as special invitees. 5. Nodal officers and identification of issues 5.1 GSTN, Central and State government would appoint nodal officers in requisite number to address the problem a taxpayer faces due to glitches, if any, in the Common Portal. This would be publicized adequately. 5.2 Taxpayers shall make an application to the field officers or the nodal officers where there was a demonstrable glitch on the Common Portal in relation to an identified issue, due to which the due process as envisaged in law could not be completed on the Common Portal. 5.3 Such an application shall enclose evidences as may be needed for an identified issue to establish bonafide attempt on the part of the taxpayer to comply with the due process of law. 5.4 These applications shall be collated by the nodal officer and forwarded to GSTN who would on receipt of application examine the same. GSTN shall after verifying its electronic records and the applications received, identify the issue involved where a large section of tax payers are affected. GSTN shall forward the same to the IT Grievance Redressal Committee with suggested solutions for resolution of the problem. 6. Suggested solutions 6.1 GST Council Secretariat shall obtain inputs of the Law Committee, where necessary, on the proposal of the GSTN and call meeting of GIC to examine the proposal and take decision thereon. 6.2 The committee shall examine and approve the suggested solution with such modifications as may be necessary. 6.3 IT-Grievance Redressal Committee may give directions as necessary to GSTN and field formations of the tax administrations for implementation of the decision. 7. Legal issues 7.1 Where an IT related glitch has been identified as the reason for failure of a taxpayer in filing of a return or form prescribed in the law, the consequential fine and penalty would also be required to be waived. GST Council has delegated the power to the IT Grievance Redressal Committee to recommend waiver of fine or penalty, in case of an emergency, to the Government in terms of section 128 of the CGST Act, 2017 under such mitigating circumstances as are identified by the committee. All such notifications waiving fine or penalty shall be placed before GST Council. 7.2 Where adequate time is available, the issue of waiver of fee and penalty shall be placed before the GST Council with recommendation of the IT-Grievance Redressal Committee. 8. Resolution of stuck TRAN-1s and filing of GSTR-3B 8.1 A large number of taxpayers could not complete the process of TRAN-1 filing either at the stage of original or revised filing as they could not digitally authenticate the TRAN-1s due to IT related glitches. As a result, a large number of such TRAN-1s are stuck in the system. GSTN shall identify such taxpayers who could not file TRAN-1 on the basis of electronic audit trail. It has been decided that all such taxpayers, who tried but were not able to complete TRAN-1 procedure (original or revised) of filing them on or before 27.12.2017 due to IT-glitch, shall be provided the facility to complete TRAN-1 filing. It is clarified that the last date for filing of TRAN 1 is not being extended in general and only these identified taxpayers shall be allowed to complete the process of filing TRAN-1. 8.2 The taxpayer shall not be allowed to amend the amount of credit in TRAN-1 during this process vis-à-vis the amount of credit which was recorded by the taxpayer in the TRAN-1, which could not be filed. If needed, GSTN may request field formations of Centre and State to collect additional document/ data etc. or verify the same to identify taxpayers who should be allowed this procedure. 8.3 GSTN shall communicate directly with the taxpayers in this regard and submit a final report to GIC about the number of TRAN-1s filed and submitted through this process. 8.4 The taxpayers shall complete the process of filing of TRAN 1 stuck due to IT glitches, as discussed above, by 30th April 2018 and the process of completing filing of GSTR 3B which could not be filed for such TRAN 1 shall be completed by 31st May 2018. 9. The decisions of the Hon’ble High Courts of Allahabad, Bombay etc., where no case specific decision has been taken, may be implemented in-line with the procedure prescribed above, subject to fulfilment of the conditions prescribed therein. Where these conditions are not satisfied, Hon’ble Courts may be suitably informed and if needed review or appeal may be filed. 10. Trade may be suitably informed and difficulty if any in implementation of the circular may be brought to the notice of the Board. (ROHAN) (Deputy Commissioner)

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02-04-2018

Press Release No. 145
Other

CBEC Press Release dt 02.04.2018 on -- "Smooth roll out of e-Way Bill system from 01st April, 2018".

PRESS RELEASE 02 nd April, 2018 Subject: Smooth roll out of e-Way Bill system from 01st April, 2018 As per decision of the GST Council, e-Way Bill system became mandatory from 01st April, 2018 for all inter-State movement of goods. The implementation of the nationwide eWay Bill mechanism under GST regime is being done by GSTN in association with the National Informatics Centre (NIC) and is being run on portal namely https://ewaybillgst.gov.in. On day-1, total of 2.59 lakh e-Way Bills were generated on the e-way bill portal. Till 2:00 pm today, 2,04,563 e-way bills have been generated. A total of 11,18,292 taxpayers have registered on e-Way Bill Portal till date. Further 20,057 transporters, who are not registered under GST, have enrolled themselves on the e-Way Bill Portal. To assist and answer queries of taxpayers and transporters, the Central helpdesk of GST has made special arrangements with 100 agents exclusively dedicated to answer queries related to e-way bills. Separately, state tax authorities have started helpdesk in local language, details of which are available on the GST portal. Central as well as State Tax Authorities have declared Nodal Officers for e-way bills. Detailed FAQs are kept on the portal for the guidance of the users. E-way Bill can be generated through various modes like Web (Online), Android App, SMS, using Bulk Upload Tool and API based site to site integration etc. Consolidated e-way Bill can be generated by transporters for vehicle carrying multiple consignments. Transporters can create multiple Sub-Users and allocate roles to them. This way large transporters can declare their various offices as sub-users. There is a provision for cancellation of e-way Bill within 24 hours by the person who has generated the e-way Bill. The recipient can also reject the e-way Bill within validity period of e-way bill or 72 hours of generation of the e-way bill by the consignor whichever is earlier. State-wise breakup of e-Way Bills generated Number of e-Way Bills Generated 01-04-2018 02-04-2018 (till 2PM) State Name No. of EWBs No. of EWBs JAMMU AND KASMIR 384 268 HIMACHAL PRADESH 2838 1716 PUNJAB 9342 2028 CHANDIGARH 1319 1000 UTTARAKHAND 6622 3016 HARYANA 21131 14985 DELHI 15376 11731 RAJASTHAN 20937 10822 UTTAR PRADESH 16891 8471 BIHAR 1598 697 SIKKIM 14 79 ARUNACHAL PRADESH 5 15 NAGALAND 14 13 MANIPUR 6 0 MIZORAM 0 7 TRIPURA 36 15 MEGHALAYA 689 445 ASSAM 1433 956 WEST BENGAL 8834 5207 JHARKHAND 3539 1488 ORISSA 2619 1265 CHHATTISGARH 2864 1490 MADHYA PRADESH 5971 2573 GUJARAT 37646 40966 DAMAN AND DIU 2420 1326 DADAR AND NAGAR HAVELI 4079 1303 MAHARASTRA 32828 22823 KARNATAKA 29558 47185 GOA 298 311 LAKSHADWEEP 0 0 KERALA 2611 1329 TAMIL NADU 13944 13381 PONDICHERRY 731 671 ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR 2 0 TELENGANA 6475 3838 ANDHRA PRADESH 6430 3143 259484 204563

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01-04-2018

Press Release No. 144
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CBEC Press Release dt 01.04.2018 on -- "Smooth roll out of e-Way Bill system from 01st April, 2018 ".

PRESS RELEASE 01st April, 2018 Subject: Smooth roll out of e-Way Bill system from 01st April, 2018 As per decision of the GST Council, e-Way Bill system became mandatory from today i.e. 01st April, 2018 for all inter-State movement of goods. The implementation of the nationwide e-Way Bill mechanism under GST regime is being done by GSTN in association with the National Informatics Centre (NIC) and is being run on portal namely https://ewaybillgst.gov.in. Heralding a paradigm shift in movement of goods from one State to another, trial run for e-way bills under the current GST regime was started on 16th January 2018 for the entire country. A total of 10,96,905 taxpayers have registered on e-Way Bill Portal till date. Further 19,796 transporters, who are not registered under GST, have enrolled themselves on the eWay Bill Portal. 1,71,503 e-waybills have been successfully generated on the portal from 00:00 hours till 17:00 hrs of 1st April, 2018. To answer queries of taxpayers and transporters, the Central helpdesk of GST has made special arrangements with 100 agents exclusively dedicated to answer queries related to e-way bills. E-way Bill can be generated through various modes like Web (Online), Android App, SMS, using Bulk Upload Tool and API based site to site integration etc. Consolidated e-way Bill can be generated by transporters for vehicle carrying multiple consignments. Transporters can create multiple Sub-Users and allocate roles to them. This way large transporters can declare their various offices as sub-users. There is a provision for cancellation of e-way Bill within 24 hours by the person who has generated the e-way Bill. The recipient can also reject the e-way Bill within validity period of e-way bill or 72 hours of generation of the e-way bill by the consignor whichever is earlier. ******

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31-03-2018

Press Release No. 143
Other

CBEC Press Release dt 31.03.2018 on -- "Clarification on E-Way Bill System".

1 PRESS RELEASE 31stMarch 2018 Clarification with respect to the E-way bill System The e-way bill system for inter-State movement of goods across the country is being introduced from 01st April 2018. Few clarifications regarding the new e-way bill system are as follows: 1. Situation: -Consider a situation where a consignor is required to move goods from City X to City Z. He appoints Transporter A for movement of his goods. Transporter A moves the goods from City X to City Y. For completing the movement of goods i.e. from City Y to City Z, Transporter A now hands over the goods to Transporter B. Thereafter, the goods are moved to the destination i.e. from City Y to City Z by Transporter B. How would the e-way bill be generated in such situations? Clarification : -It is clarified that in such a scenario, only one e-way bill would be required. PART A of FORMGST EWB-01 can be filled by the consignor and then the e-way bill will be assigned by the consignor to Transporter A. Transporter A will fill the vehicle details, etc. in PART B of FORMGST EWB01and will move the goods from City X to City Y. On reaching City Y, Transporter A will assign the said e-way bill to the Transporter B. Thereafter, Transporter B will be able to update the details of PART B of FORMGST EWB-01. Transporter B will fill the details of his vehicle and move the goods from City Y to City Z. 2. Situation : - Consider a situation where a Consignor hands over his goods for transportation on Friday to transporter. But, the assigned transporter starts the movement of goods on Monday. How would the validity of e-way bill be calculated in such situations? Clarification: -It is clarified that the validity period of e-way bill starts only after the details in PART B of FORMGST EWB-01 are updated by the transporter for the first time. 2 02 In the given situation, Consignor can fill the details in PART A of FORMGST EWB-01 on Friday and handover his goods to the transporter. When the transporter is ready to move the goods, he can fill the PART B of FORMGST EWB-01 i.e. the assigned transporter can fill the details in PART B of FORMGST EWB-01 on Monday and the validity period of the e-way bill will start from Monday. ******************

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31-03-2018

Notification No. 06/2018
Union Territory Tax

Notification regarding E-way Bill in Union Territory of Lakshadweep.

[To be published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, Sub-section (i)] Government of India Ministry of Finance (Department of Revenue) Notification No. 6/2018 - Union Territory Tax New Delhi, the 31st March, 2018 10 Chaitra, Saka 1940 G.S.R. …… (E).- In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 22 of the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (No. 14 of the 2017) and section 164 of Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (No. 12 of 2017) read with clause (d) of sub-rule 14 of rule 138 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Rules, 2017, the Central Government, on the recommendations of the Council, hereby notify that irrespective of the value of the consignment, no e-way bill shall be required to be generated where the movement of goods commences and terminates within the Union Territory of Lakshadweep. 2. This notification shall come into force from 1st day of April, 2018. [F. No. S. 31011/25/2017-ST-I-DoR] (S. R. Meena) Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

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31-03-2018

Notification No. 05/2018
Union Territory Tax

Notification regarding E-way Bill in Union Territory of Daman and Diu.

[To be published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, Sub-section (i)] Government of India Ministry of Finance (Department of Revenue) Notification No. 5/2018 - Union Territory Tax New Delhi, the 31st March, 2018 10 Chaitra, Saka 1940 G.S.R. …… (E).- In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 22 of the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (No. 14 of the 2017) and section 164 of Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (No. 12 of 2017) read with clause (d) of sub-rule 14 of rule 138 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Rules, 2017, the Central Government, on the recommendations of the Council, hereby notify that irrespective of the value of the consignment, no e-way bill shall be required to be generated where the movement of goods commences and terminates within the Union Territory of Daman and Diu. 2. This notification shall come into force from 1st day of April, 2018. [F. No. S. 31011/25/2017-ST-I-DoR] (S. R. Meena) Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

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31-03-2018

Notification No. 04/2018
Union Territory Tax

Notification regarding E-way Bill in Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli.

[To be published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, Sub-section (i)] Government of India Ministry of Finance (Department of Revenue) Notification No. 4/2018 - Union Territory Tax New Delhi, the 31st March, 2018 10 Chaitra, Saka 1940 G.S.R. …… (E).- In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 22 of the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (No. 14 of the 2017) and section 164 of Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (No. 12 of 2017) read with clause (d) of sub-rule 14 of rule 138 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Rules, 2017, the Central Government, on the recommendations of the Council, hereby notify that irrespective of the value of the consignment, no e-way bill shall be required to be generated where the movement of goods commences and terminates within the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. 2. This notification shall come into force from 1st day of April, 2018. [F. No. S. 31011/25/2017-ST-I-DoR] (S. R. Meena) Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

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31-03-2018

Notification No. 03/2018
Union Territory Tax

Notification regarding E-way Bill in Union Territory of Chandigarh

[To be published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II, Section 3, Sub-section (i)] Government of India Ministry of Finance (Department of Revenue) Notification No. 3/2018 - Union Territory Tax New Delhi, the 31st March, 2018 10 Chaitra, Saka 1940 G.S.R. …… (E).- In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 22 of the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (No. 14 of the 2017) and section 164 of Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (No. 12 of 2017) read with clause (d) of sub-rule 14 of rule 138 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Rules, 2017, the Central Government, on the recommendations of the Council, hereby notify that irrespective of the value of the consignment, no e-way bill shall be required to be generated where the movement of goods commences and terminates within the Union Territory of Chandigarh. 2. This notification shall come into force from 1st day of April, 2018. [F. No. S. 31011/25/2017-ST-I-DoR] (S. R. Meena) Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

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31-03-2018

Order No. 02/2018
Central Tax

Incidence of GST on providing catering services in train – Regarding.

F.No. 354/03/2018-TRU Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue (Central Board of Excise and Customs) (Tax Research Unit) ……. New Delhi Dated: the 31st day of March, 2018 To Sh. Sanjiv Garg, Additional Member (Tourism & Catering), Railway Board, Ministry of Railways, Rail Bhawan, New Delhi – 110001. Sir, Subject: Incidence of GST on providing catering services in train – regarding. Kind reference is invited to your letter No. 2012/TG.III/631/2 dated 01.02.2018 requesting therein to clarify the rate of GST applicable to supply of food and drink in trains. 2. Different GST rates are being applied for mobile and static catering in Indian Railways which is presently leading to a situation whereby the same licensee (selected by Indian Railways/IRCTC) supplying the same food would be subjected to different GST rates depending on whether it is mobile or static catering, as also which variant of mobile catering it is [pre-paid (without option), pre-paid (with option) or post-paid]. The rate difference is resulting in the same food being supplied at two different rates to the railway passengers, which is anomalous. 3. The passenger is not aware as to the GST rate applicable to the food ordered by him/her. This may also lead to unnecessary litigation and thus further strengthens the need for uniform application of tax rate in respect of food and drinks in/by Railways. 4. With a view to remove any doubt or uncertainty in the matter and bring uniformity in the rate of GST applicable for all kinds of supply of food and drinks made available in trains, platforms or stations, it is clarified with the approval of GST Implementation Committee, that the GST rate on supply of food and/or drinks by the Indian Railways or Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd. or their licensees, whether in trains or at platforms (static units), will be 5% without ITC. Yours Sincerely, (Parmod Kumar) OSD (TRU II) Telephone: 011-23092374 E-mail: parmodkumar.71@gov.in

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