Adani Wilmar Responds to Allegations of Raid and GST Violations, referring to It as a “Regular Inspection”

Adani Wilmar GST Raid: The firm has issued an official statement regarding the raid and claims of GST violations, stating that the inspection was routine and officials did not detect any anomalies

The company’s official statement is the most recent update in the Adani Wilmar Group raid at a Himachal Pradesh Depot Warehouse. As of the most recent developments, Adani Wilmar has commented on the reports of the GST-related raid and said that it was merely a routine check by the authorities

In its official statement, Adani Wilmar also said that GST officials who went to the warehouse in Himachal Pradesh did not find any problems with the way the company ran or did business. The company run by the Adani Group also gave the same reason, which was that Rule 86B of the GST law says the company doesn’t have to pay taxes in cash.

According to the official statement, “The Company’s activities and dealings were handled without any anomalies, according to the officials. We want to make it clear that, contrary to what the GST statute states in Rule 86B, the corporation is not compelled to pay its tax liabilities in cash. We want to be clear that, contrary to what has been said or what has been reported in the media, this was just a routine inspection conducted by the appropriate authorities.”

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