Meerut: Big success to CGST in GST theft case, master mind arrested after revelations of fake billing of 3500 crores
These days a campaign against GST thieves is being run in UP. CGST has achieved great success in this matter. CGST has detected fake billing of more than 3500 crores. According to information received from the department, about 8 people have been arrested in this case (Eight Arrested). At the same time, 2.50 crore cash has also been recovered from these people. It has also been revealed that in the last one year, more than 34.5 crore GST has been deposited in the government account.
According to the GST Office Principal Commissioner (GST Office Principal Commissioner), this case is related to fake invoices of more than 200 crores in the matter of building construction goods. The CGST conducted raids on about 11 places, including Meerut and Ghaziabad, in this case, in which there has been a reported fraud of Rs 42 crore. Vikas Jain, the master mind of this scam, issued fake ITC and issued a fake invoice of 200 crore related to building construction.
More than 30 firms registered in Meerut
There are more than 30 firms registered in Meerut in the name of development. Important documents related to these firms, issued invoices, related checkbooks from fake firms and about Rs 2.23 crore have been recovered during the raid. The development was introduced on February 3 at the Economic Offense Wing Meerut. He is currently under police custody.
The registered addresses of 30 fake farms were also raided, but nothing of those firms could be ascertained. It is being told that Vikas Jain had registered the firms using fake documents. In Meerut and Ghaziabad, fake ITC was taken on the basis of invoices issued by many fake firms. It is being verified.
ITC availed with the help of fake firms
The statement of the managing director of a company that has made the most profit of a company that has made the most of ITC with the help of fake firms has also been recorded. This company had taken advantage of fake ITC worth Rs 25.53 crore. That managing director was arrested and presented in court on March 4. After admitting his mistake, he deposited Rs 25.53 crore in the government account. The accused got bail from the court on a personal bond of Rs 5 lakh.