The government has introduced a lump sum tax scheme for pan masala and gutka manufacturing units under which they can deposit up to Rs 12 lakh a month as tax per packaging machine, a move aimed at checking tax evasion. “This scheme is a part of the strategy of the indirect tax administration to encourage voluntary tax compliance,” said a statement released by the Central Board of Excise and Customs. According to an estimate, pan masala and gutka units evade taxes worth around Rs 1,800 crore annually.
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