Transporters biggest culprit in GST

Transporters are the biggest culprits in messing GST up and its failure.

These guys are offering two prices to the recipient. One with GST and one without.

The one with GST say 18% the rate is X. The one without GST, the rate is 4X. The transporters pay off the inspectors and anyone necessary.

Many many dealers and traders are using this 4X channel to get merchandise and evade GST. Many such Traders are evaders. Even if the cost amounts to 5% of product value, if product is 18% gst, they offer 13% more competitive than the trader doing it by the book and paying gst.

Over time to stay in business even the honest traders are following this path.

It is high time that GST Enforcement is alerted via localcircles manager and the system is tightened.

The simple need is to have gst enforcement division visit traders in every city and get to top 1% in all major sectors. Automatically the rest will mend their ways.

Happy Diwali to all! more  

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The Indian DNA is made of corruption they can sell their siblings in Red Light area for money so nothing surprising. Why honest peopel are silent. Unless they speak out, nothing will happen. more  
To curve this Government doesn't have net work so I suggest Government to reduce GST more  
Reminds one of the Hindi proverb जैसा राजा वैसी प्रजा ... more  
Good thought difficult to implement by govt staf. more  
Any GTA does not have authority to collect GST. The party who is taking the service will have to pay the GST under reverse mechanism. more  
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