CBI says GST officials taking cuts from transporters

The Central Bureau of Investigation Monday told a Delhi court that there are various state GST officers who allegedly accept money collected from transporters through middlemen in exchange for not charging Goods and Services Tax. LocalCircles please escalate to FM.

https://indianexpress.com/article/business/economy/cbi-to-court-gst-officials-taking-cut-from-transporters-6261429/ more  

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Sir we always saying corruption is part of Govt Department, at any point we think it is due to us people of India, who offer them bribe to surpass our work. We are responsible for the corruption not officers. more  
Corruption is killing this Country.Unless stringent and timely punishment is given it is not going to Improve. more  
Very correct but it will take time and need surgical strike - old habits/systems die hard more  
Is the CBI Dept. Clean - All Govt Dept. r corrupt - Name One & discuss N no. of tricks will b shared. Missing is accountability or Termination. more  
Why just saying? It should take action against both the GST Officials and the transporters more  
This is true, I know many packers who does this . In disguise of household goods they move commercial goods more  
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