On Monday, the Delhi High Court listened to Bharti Airtel’s plea and allowed it to amend its Goods and Services Tax (GST) returns from July to September 2017. Bharti Airtel said that there was an extra-calculation of paying taxes due to its failure in filing a few invoices.
Bharti Airtel’s plea heard by the Bench of Justice
Justice Sanjeev Narula and Justice Vipin Sanghi said that the GST department must verify the extra tax paid by Airtel and their revised returns within two weeks.
Due to some accidental errors, some transactions like stock transfer were reported. These transactions were held under the same GST registration in which stock transfer from one place of business to another took place.