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Angry traders created a ruckus due to the attitude of the officials.
Angry traders and entrepreneurs protested at the state GST office in Lakhanpur due to the suicide of a businessman. Making serious allegations against the GST officials, he said that the trader was forced to commit suicide. Let us inform that iron merchant Ram Avtar Gupta had committed suicide on 9 June 2021.
FITA General Secretary Umang Agarwal said that a memorandum has been given to take strict action against the guilty officials. Warned that if action is not taken against the guilty officers by June 14, then the businessman of Kanpur will come out on the streets and struggle. There will be agitation till the Chief Minister’s Office. The traders gave a memorandum to the Additional Commissioner Grade 1, PK Singh in the State GST Office.
this is the whole matter
The traders told that the deceased businessman was working in the name of his daughter by registering the firm of iron business and her late son-in-law was working and this firm is registered in section 22. The responsible officers suddenly inspected the firm in May and after finding out the fabricated loopholes, the businessman and his wife were harassed, intimidated and threatened in the office by the Section 22J officers. The firm was intimidated and intimidated by the officials for withdrawing the huge amount of cancellation. Due to which the businessman committed suicide.
officer shrugged off
In the meeting, Joint Commissioner Executive D Range Ram Saroj justified the action of the officers. On this the traders protested against him and raised slogans outside the office. In the matter, Additional Commissioner Grade-1 PK Singh said that a fair investigation will be conducted in this matter. If the organization is right, then action will be taken against those who are responsible.