GST Tribunal Committee to Meet on August 17 – The New Indian Express

Express press service

NEW DELHI: The Group of Ministers (GoM), led by Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana Dushyant Chautala, will meet again on August 17 to finalize its recommendations on the formation of the GST Appeals Tribunal (GSTAT ) at the national and state levels, according to sources.

He had his first online meeting on July 26 and now the physical meeting will take place in mid-August, but the location has not yet been decided, the sources said. “Only after submission of GoM reports on GSTAT and online gaming, casinos, will the next GST Council meeting be held,” said one of the sources with knowledge of the matter.

The panel was due to submit its report by July 31, but due to some contentious issues related to the number of technical and judicial members in each court, there is disagreement among the panel members.

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Earlier, the Madras High Court had issued a stay on the issue of the number of technical members of the court, although the Center notified GSTAT just after the GST Act came into effect.

NEW DELHI: The Group of Ministers (GoM), led by Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana Dushyant Chautala, will meet again on August 17 to finalize its recommendations on the formation of the GST Appeals Tribunal (GSTAT ) at the national and state levels, according to sources. He had his first online meeting on July 26 and now the physical meeting will take place in mid-August, but the location has not yet been decided, the sources said. “Only after submission of GoM reports on GSTAT and online gaming, casinos, will the next GST Council meeting be held,” said one of the sources with knowledge of the matter. The panel was due to submit its report by July 31, but due to some contentious issues related to the number of technical and judicial members in each court, there is disagreement among the panel members. ALSO READ: Day after Pinarayi’s GST relief, FinMin Balagopal says conditions apply the Center notified GSTAT immediately after the GST Act came into effect.

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