One arrested for fraudulently availing Input Tax Credit of more than Rs 16 crore

One arrested by DGGI Gurugram officials for fraudulently availing Input Tax Credit of more than Rs 16 crore

The Directorate General of GST Intelligence (DGGI) Gurugram Zonal Unit (GU), Gurugram, has unearthed a case wherein a series of entities controlled by a person as Proprietor / Director of M/s Umang Overseas, M/s Ulagarsan Impex Put Ltd and M/s Umang Impex Private Limited, was found to be involved in availing and passing fraudulent Input Tax Credit (ITC) of Rs  16.74 crore without receipt of goods from different fake, suspended and non-existent firms.

A search was conducted at various premises on 04.04.2022. During the search, many pen drives, rubber stamps of different firms, documents/ records were resumed and the same are being investigated for estimation of duty evasion.

The key person involved in availment and passing of fraudulent ITC was arrested on 05.04.2022 and produced before the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Patiala House Court on 05.04.2022 and ordered judicial custody for 14 days.

Further investigation in the matter is under progress.

2 thoughts on “One arrested for fraudulently availing Input Tax Credit of more than Rs 16 crore”

  1. Sir GST input tax fraud has taken place inspite of Vigilance etc .What has GST.officials done were his accounts was not called for scrutiny nor GST officials were sleeping or on bribe register maintained by the businessman . Sir nothing will happen money covers everything.

  2. Sir there is nothing to highlight as long as political and money power thrive these sort of activities take place .

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