Chandigarh 1 November
UT management has recorded a 28% growth in gross goods and services tax (GST) in October. Compared to income generated during the same period last year
According to the Ministry of Finance The deposit was Rs.203 crore, higher than Rs.45 crore collected in the same month last year.
In September, UT saw a 35% increase in GST levied at Rs.206 crore, outpacing the revenue of Rs.152 crore that occurred in the same period last year.
In August, UT saw a collection of Rs 179 crore Rs 35 crore (24%) more than Rs 144 crore created in the same month last year.
In July, there was 4% growth as UT collected Rs.176 crore GST tax, which was higher than Rs.169 crore revenue incurred in the same month last year.
In June, UT registered a 41% increase, recording a collection of Rs 170 crore, higher than Rs 50 crore, revenue of Rs 120 crore generated last year.
in May A 29% increase in collections is seen as a city generating Rs.167 crore, Rs.37 crore, over Rs.130 crore increase over the same period in 2021.
in April Collection grew 22% UT generated Rs.249 crore compared to Rs.203 crore increase during the same month last year.
in March The tax receipt is Rs.184 crore which is more than 11% received from Rs 165 crore in the same period in 2021.