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Be Humane With Tax Payers And Avoid Bad Tendencies: CBDT Chief

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The CBDT Chairperson, Dr. Sudha Sharma, has, on the occasion of her retirement, pointed out that her endeavour always has been to foster highest standards of ethics and morality and to guard against tendencies which could bring a bad name to the Department. She stated that upholding ethical values and human dignity have remained her guiding principles.

Dr. Sudha Sharma pointed out that as tax collectors, the department had a pivotal role to play and that there was a huge target of collection that had to be met.

The Chairperson also emphasized that the department had to adopt a transparent and humane approach and provide hassle-free service to honest taxpayers as part of the policy.

The Chairperson also listed out all the achievements of the department during her tenure. It may be recalled that Dr. Sudha Sharma has taken charge of the office with the promise that India Will Have The Best Tax Regime In The World.

We wish Dr. Sudha Sharma good luck in her new endeavors after retirement.


5 comments on “Be Humane With Tax Payers And Avoid Bad Tendencies: CBDT Chief
  1. indeed a right advice how many IRS MEN WILL FOLLOW!

  2. indeed a right advice howe many IRS MEN

  3. Nem Singh says:

    Why not this before the time of retirement ie during her tenure. I have analysis so many reports / articles written by the official abd saying revenue recovery / collection procedure should be transparent and human approachable and hassle free. Why you say this at that time when you dont have any power. When you have the power cant do anyhting.

    ” be human the department had to adopt a transparent and humane approach and provide hassle-free service to honest taxpayers as part of the policy.” Not acceptable.

  4. CA Deepak Soni says:

    The lady has got wisdom only at the time of retirement.During tenure of her job,like any other bureaucrat,she was always in power and had never thought about human approach. She had always acted with high handedness and left no stone unturned in filling the coffers for her higher bosses.I during my practice of more than 25 years have never come across any bureaucrat who had asked his sub-ordinates to have human approach during their tenure and when they are really enjoying the immense power. The wisdom acquired all of sudden has neither any meaning nor any voice which will be listened to.

  5. CA Goutam Baid says:

    The income tax officers feel it only at the time of retirement that the department had to adopt a transparent and humane approach and provide hassle-free service to honest taxpayers as part of the policy as they themselves now the normal people and there are chances that the income tax officers will treat them also at the same level as to the common man.

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