GST scam of 1 billion by telling business of 1000 crores

Sodala police station Jaipur today arrested two accused including Praveen Jangid, accused of a vicious GST scam. Praveen Jangid is the master mind of cheating people in the name of GST through fake bills from fake company. Murlipura police station and GST department have arrested Praveen in the past. The accused, along with his accomplices, had earlier done a GST scam of 1 billion by telling a business of 1000 crores. DCP South Yogesh Goyal said that on March 10, 2022, the complaint of the victim Ramavatar Meena was registered on the court order. Meena told that her firm is by the name M/s Meena Steels. The accused firm M/s Prerna Sales Corporation registered office at Murlipura. Paid tax by purchasing goods on different dates through invoices. To whom at different times invai no. Without Tax GST Bill Amount Paid Date CGST SGST Taxed.

The CGST SGST paid by the complainant to the accused firm M/s Prerna Sales in respect of the goods purchased was verified in the report of the GST portal. Earlier, the amount related to CGST SGST related to the receipt of goods was paid only after the GST input was replicated on the GST portal.

It came to the notice of the complainant from Rajendra Kumar Jain, Superintendent GST Office that the accused firm M/s Prerna Sales Corporation, Proprietor Devaram had received the payment of CGST SGST from the firm of the complainant. But the above amount was not paid to the concerned department intentionally. Thus, Devaram, the Proprietor of the accused firm M/s Prerna Sales Corporation, intentionally cheated the firm of the complainant.

On which accused Devaram himself was found to have given his ID and photo to accused Kailash Beniwal and Praveen Jangid for GST registration of Prerna Sales Corporation firm and to get GST registration of the said disputed firm done. Accused Devaram had full knowledge of this, accused Devaram along with other accused Kailash Beniwal and Praveen Jangid took the transaction of the said disputed firm and himself signed the bank account opening form, internet banking form, GST registration and other documents in Axis Bank. An account was opened in Axis Bank for the said disputed firm by making a deposit. On being proved as an accused, Sodala police station today arrested 23-year-old Devaram Jat, a resident of Barmer. On his tip, the police arrested 24-year-old Kailash Beniwal and 28-year-old Praveen Jangid.

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