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CBDT Directs Expeditious Liquidation Of Pendency Of CPGRAMS Grievances

The CBDT has issued a directive to the Principal Chief Commissioners and Director Generals of Income Tax that all measures should be taken to get pending CPGRAMS grievances expeditiously disposed of and to ensure that there are no grievances pending for more than 90 days in their Region/ Charge

PRABHASH SHANKAR, IRS
Special Secretary & Member
Central Board of Direct Taxes
F. No. 406/0212018-ITCC
Government of India
Ministry of Finance,
Department of Revenue.
Central Board of Direct Taxes
North Block, New Delhi-ll 0001
Ph :011·23092831 Fax O’1 -23093965,
Dated : 31st December. 2019

Dear Principal Chief Commissioner! Director General of Income Tax.

Subject: Expeditious liquidation of pendency of CPGRAMS grievances.

The Hon’ble Prime Minister shall conduct a review of the progress of disposal of CPGRAMS grievances on the PRAGATI (Pro-Active Governance And Timely Implementation) platform on the 8th of January 2020.

You are accordingly requested to take all measures to get pending CPGRAMS grievances expeditiously disposed of and to ensure that there are no grievances pending for more than 90 days in your Region! Charge. Grievances pending for 30 to 90 days must also be disposed of proactively so as to reduce their pendency to the minimum possible level. The
position of disposal may also be promptly updated on the CPGRAMS portal.

With best wishes,

Prabash Shankar


One comment on “CBDT Directs Expeditious Liquidation Of Pendency Of CPGRAMS Grievances
  1. SREEJITH KP says:

    Date: 15.12.2019

    Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax-CPC
    Bangalore.

    ATTENTION : MR. AMRIT RAJ SINGH

    Dear Sir,

    SUB: Notice under section 154 of Income Tax Act, 1961– regarding – INDIALAW LLP-
    PAN No AAEFI9403P

    We have received a notice under section 154 with Communication Reference No.CPC/1718/T19/1969829617 dated 11th December, 2019 on disallowance of TDS claimed in the ITR on account of difference in TDS claimed and available in 26AS for the Assessment Year-2017-18.(copy attached)

    In this regard please note that the order under section 143(1) was not passed on 30.07.2018, but on 09.10.2018. Order is attached for your reference and perusal.

    On verification we have found that the disallowance as per the annexure to the above notice is incorrect. We are attaching a statement with remarks giving details of TDS as per 26AS, TDS Claimed in the ITR and TDS disallowance as per your annexure.

    As per the statement only Rs.66,512/- is to be disallowed. We request you to make necessary correction at your end and issue refund as early as possible.

    An earlier reply from your side will be highly appreciated.

    For Indialaw LLP

    Managing Partner.

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