Haryana noticed income develop 65%, says Dushyant Chautala | Chandigarh Information

CHANDIGARH: The Excise and Taxation Department of the government of Haryana has again increased its revenue by 65 percent and held its progressive record.
The Excise Department has benefited a lot from the new Excise Directive, while the regular inspection has also increased revenue.
Haryana Deputy Prime Minister Dushyant Chautala, who also holds the portfolio of the Excise and Tax Department, said on Sunday that during this excise tax year 2021-22-26 the department. Sales of Rs. 20,558 crore were collected while in the same period last year Rs. 12,831 crore were received from the government. Compared to the previous year, there was an increase of 65 percent in this period.
He provided information on total sales tax, CST, GST and excise taxes over the past 3 years and said that Rs. 37,350 crore in 2018-19, Rs 39,837 crore in 2019-20 and Rs 45,119 crore in 2020-21 were collected as income.
The Deputy Prime Minister also announced that for 2020-21, the excise department’s liquor contracts will be auctioned for Rs. 3,559 crore while the reserve price was Rs 3,128 crore. He said that for the 2021-22 excise tax year, those who already had licenses were given the option to enter into contracts with a 10 percent increase, and thus 85 percent of the contracts were renewed.
In that excise tax year, liquor contract revenue of Rs. 3,803 crore was received in the form of fees. He also announced that an additional quota of 32.42 percent for Indian-made spirits from the country and 25.45 percent for foreign spirits was raised over the course of 2020.
Chautala said that during the 2020-21 excise year inspection, 1,249 cases of non-compliance were found in which a fine of Rs. 257 crore was imposed on defaulters. About Rs. 136 crore was also salvaged from them.