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IT revenue from NE touches Rs 2964 cr

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, July 24 � Asserting that the general tax payers in the North East region have become more conscious about their duties and responsibilities, Chief Commissioner of Income Tax (CCA) Guwahati, PK Ray today informed that revenue collection in the form of income tax from the region had catapulted to a whopping amount of Rs 2964 crore in the last financial year.

Ray, who was speaking during a function commemorating 150 years of Income Tax in India at the Guwahati Aayakar Bhawan, further informed that the target for the next financial year has been estimated at Rs 3341 crore.

�I am pretty confident that the department with the able support of its officials and the tax payers would be able to achieve the target,� Ray said.

The Chief Commissioner also released a Citizen�s Charter besides the public version of a book �Let us Share� to mark the occasion.

He also gave away certificates of merit to Income Tax department officers including TM Das, Director of Income Tax(Investigation), NER, Santhanu Saikia, Additional Director of Income Tax (Investigation) and Subhendu Dutta, Assistant Director of Income Tax. A host of other senior officials besides presentatives of Tax Bar Association, FINER, Institute of Chartered Accountants and Chambers of Commerce were also present on the occasion.

Earlier, an exhibition of books, paintings, art and crafts was also organized.

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IT revenue from NE touches Rs 2964 cr

GUWAHATI, July 24 � Asserting that the general tax payers in the North East region have become more conscious about their duties and responsibilities, Chief Commissioner of Income Tax (CCA) Guwahati, PK Ray today informed that revenue collection in the form of income tax from the region had catapulted to a whopping amount of Rs 2964 crore in the last financial year.

Ray, who was speaking during a function commemorating 150 years of Income Tax in India at the Guwahati Aayakar Bhawan, further informed that the target for the next financial year has been estimated at Rs 3341 crore.

�I am pretty confident that the department with the able support of its officials and the tax payers would be able to achieve the target,� Ray said.

The Chief Commissioner also released a Citizen�s Charter besides the public version of a book �Let us Share� to mark the occasion.

He also gave away certificates of merit to Income Tax department officers including TM Das, Director of Income Tax(Investigation), NER, Santhanu Saikia, Additional Director of Income Tax (Investigation) and Subhendu Dutta, Assistant Director of Income Tax. A host of other senior officials besides presentatives of Tax Bar Association, FINER, Institute of Chartered Accountants and Chambers of Commerce were also present on the occasion.

Earlier, an exhibition of books, paintings, art and crafts was also organized.