J and J profiteering of 2.3 Billion caught with circle efforts

The National Anti-profiteering Authority is investigating Johnson & Johnson Pvt Ltd for not passing on the reduction in goods and services tax on a range of its products to customers, a government official said. "The total amount under investigation is 2.3 bln rupees across multiple products," the official said.

this is brilliant circle members. Our J&J complaint leading to such big collection for the Government.

I repeat, the Govt must consider creating an incentive program for consumers on this. Can LC please take this up with NAA more  

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excellent. more  
Good to know. more  
Good Information and well thought off. In Income tax also there is provision to reward the Whistle Blowers. But the corrupt department disclose the ID of the complainant. For your information, BBMP is receiving complaint about the public properties being occupied and constructed. There officials are also witnessing that. But if anybody disclose the same it is thrown in dust bin. Ideas are good. Whole government is corrupt more  
The idea is good when consumers point out the mischief done by the companies and not passing on the benefits and whoever points it should be rewarded it can be a nominal amount but will go a long way in creating awareness and also consumer will report these kind of frauds since govt machinery is not effective and they expect the organisation to self discipline but which is not happening as one can see.I think it would be good to take it up from LC. more  
they only wanted votes power they good it / jumle ke sarkar hai bhaiya more  
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