State-Wise details of detection of Goods Services Tax Evasion cases

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The Press Information Bureau has issued a Press Release dated December 14, 2018, which states that during the current financial year (April 2018 to November 2018) 3196 cases of GST tax evasion amounting to Rs. 12766.85 Crore have been identified. Further, amount of Rs. 7909.96 Cr. has been recovered during the period April 2018 to November 2018. The State-Wise details of detection of GST Evasion cases and recovery are as under:

 

Detection

Recovery

Sr. No. Name of the State/U.T

No. Of

Amount No. Of

Amount

Cases

(in Cr) Cases

(in Cr)

1

Andhra Pradesh

38

359.01 26

235.68

2

Arunachal Pradesh

29

17.19 15

10.69

3

Assam

21

46.17 19

44.73

4

Bihar

182

490.01 167

484.02

5

Chhattisgarh

36

180.18 34

158.57

6

Goa

31

30.95 27

17.9

7

Gujarat

303

548.16 232

405.55

8

Haryana

210

757.19 172

301.23

9

Himachal Pradesh

10

37.7 8

4.35

10

Jammu & Kashmir

25

109.67 20

40.45

11

Jharkhand

145

494.6 105

246.27

12

Karnataka

127

844.17 66

594.99

13

Kerala

54

447.03 43

278.35

14

Madhya Pradesh

252

499.16 259

384.92

15

Maharashtra

418

3898.72 363

2475.27

16

Manipur

2

0.18 2

0.05

17

Meghalaya

7

34.35 7

33.89

18

Mizoram

0

0 0

0

19

Nagaland

0

0 0

0

20

Odisha

80

237.78 58

155.45

21

Punjab

75

60.69 70

40.19

22

Rajasthan

207

427.76 192

302.11

23

Sikkim

1

6 1

0.2

24

Tamil Nadu

148

757.34 101

426.47

25

Telangana

103

244.25 71

95.83

26

Tripura

8

3.85 4

0.19

27

Uttar Pradesh

233

998.62 185

605.59

28

Uttarakhand

24

119.82 19

59.08

29

West Bengal

225

336.36 209

157.73

30

Delhi

144

741.52 119

331.27

31

Chandigarh

7

2.8 5

3.23

32

Daman & Diu

10

8.44 10

8.64

33

Haveli

6

1.75 5

1.67

34

Puducherry

35

25.43 20

5.4

35

Andaman &Nicobar

0

0 0

0

36

Lakshadweep

0 0 0

0

Total

3196

12766.85 2634

7909.96

The following measures are being taken by Government to check GST evasion:

  1. Intelligence based enforcement
  2. E-Way Bill squads
  3. Systematic Analysis of Data
  4. Setting-up of Directorate General (Analytics & Risk Management)

This was stated by Shri Shiv Pratap Shukla, Minister of State for Finance in a Written Reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

Press Release can be accessed at: http://pib.nic.in/PressReleseDetail.aspx?PRID=1555991

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