Nagpur: A delegation of Chamber of Associations of Maharashtra Industry & Trade (CAMIT) led by Dipen Agrawal President and supported by Mohan Gurnani Chairman called upon Manisha Mhaiskar Secretary Urban Development-II at Mantralaya.
The delegation said that though LBT below Rs 50 crore is abolished but problems related to assessment continue to haunt the trading community. CAMIT made a strong representation to the Government of Maharashtra and Dipen Agrawal President CAMIT earlier met the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis who advised CAMIT delegation to meet UD Secretary Manisha Mhaiskar. Accordingly, a delegation of office bearers of CAMIT led by Dipen Agrawal President & consisting of Raju Rathi Sr.V.president and eminent members of Central Governing Council Sameer Shah from Sangli , Ajay Shah from Aurangabad , Anandrao Bhakle from Parbhani met Sec.UD.Mrs.Manisha Mahaiskar.
Dipen Agrawal briefed the secretary about the harassment & corruption being faced by assessee in name of assessment. He also raised the issue of hundred percent assessment being faced by assessee who have availed amnesty scheme . The delegation appealed to the secretary to review the hundred percent assessment clause under amnesty scheme & further requested not to extend assessment date in future in any circumstances & conditions . The issue of effective date of corrigendum at Nagpur was also raised .
Mohan Gurnani requested the secretary to review bringing wine shop retailers & restaurants under Lbt net instead for want of revenue he proposed that let Lbt be collected on alcohol from the companies directly .
The meeting was very positive and the Secretary after giving patient hearing to issues raised by the delegation assured to look into favourably at all the issues raised.
Raju Rathi proposed vote of thanks.