M/S Gullus vs Commissioner,Trade & Taxes, & … on 14 March, 2016

2. On 16th February 2016, the authorised representative of the Petitioner
appeared before the AVATO and submitted that the proceedings of the
previous date, i.e., 12th February 2016 was illegal. On 20th February 2016,
the AVATO along with the Assistant Commissioner, Ward-32 again visited
the business premises of the Petitioner and informed her that they have
worked out a tax demand of Rs. 28.75 lakhs on account of the difference in
the rate of tax and that if she did not immediately deposit the said amount,
the premises would be sealed. Under such threat the Petitioner states that she
was forced to deposit a sum of Rs. 5 lakhs on the spot through the online
system, where the challan was printed out from the website of the DT&T.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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