Odisha Won Two Gold Medals in the Second National Tax Award

Odisha Won Two Gold Medals in the Second National Tax Award

Bhubaneswar: In the second National Tax Award for 2021, the reformist state government and the Odisha Commissionerate of Taxes have won gold in two categories. The award was presented by Sushil Kumar Lohani of the Odisha City and GS8 Commission in the presence of Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari at the award ceremony in New Delhi on Saturday.

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Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik congratulated the Commissioner of Commerce and GST on this achievement. A government statement issued by the GST Directorate said that the infrastructure for industrial and skills development, civil service through technology, business and state incentives, stamp duty rates are reasonable and automated, and various reforms are being carried out.

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Similarly, the performance of the State Tax Commissioner was assessed on the basis of a number of taxpayer-centric distribution services, such as following a policy of pre-shock notice counseling, increasing the number of taxpayers’ problems by the GST Council, and the response time. Questions raised by the taxpayers and the refund process by the state GST authorities. The winners were selected based on an assessment conducted by a committee, including the use of online voting by taxpayers and citizens.

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