We Don’t Appreciate This Attitude Of CBDT Of Not Extending ITR Due Date: Gujarat High Court

The Gujarat High Court today said that:

“Ask the highest authorities to file an affidavit that if any problem crop up, then they shall be immediately attended, and if such problems are not attended, then the officer shall be personally responsible for the same. If CBDT is to adopt a very obstinate attitude, which we don’t appreciate, they should keep in mind the problems being faced by the assessees There is no good reason for the CBDT to become happy because 35% of the Assessees have been able to upload their audit reports and ITRs and 65% are yet to file the same.”

The court further said that:

“Assessees should not coming begging before you (CBDT) that please help us… please help us. If there is a genuine problem, the CBDT is expected to take care of the problem.”

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    1. There seems to be no time limit for completion of my son’s ITR1 pending processing n refund of excess tax paid for AY20-21 since Aug20

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