Officials of the Jharkhand Finance Service have feared the impact of the GST collection on non-creation of new posts in the commercial tax department like Bihar. Shivchandra Bhagat, President of Jharkhand Finance Services Association, and General Secretary Akhilesh Sharma conveyed the memorandum to Finance Minister Rameshwar Oraon.
Union officials said that by 2022, the central government will make up for the loss in state tax collections. After this, the emphasis will be to make the audit system more efficient and more efficient for a greater collection of GST. For this, the appointment of the GST tribunal member and the special commissioner is necessary like Bihar. Finance Service Association officials pointed out to the minister that the finance service officers selected from JPSC-2 have not been promoted even after completion of 12 years.
Apart from this, MACP is also not given. The matter of promotion from Deputy Commissioner to Joint Commissioner has also been pending for many years. Finance The minister sent the Union’s demands to the Finance Secretary and the Commercial Tax Secretary. Asked for attention if action is not taken in this direction.