Attachment of bank accounts — The learned counsel for the Department says as of today the total GST liability of the petitioner qua Delhi is about Rs. 11.5 crores and for PAN India’s is Rs. 59.24 crores approximately. The learned senior counsel for the petitioner says there are 35,000 person on the rolls of the petitioner concern and its monthly expenditure bill runs to approximately Rs. 60.87 crores, hence freezing of its accounts is damaging the petitioner day by day. It is alleged the bona fide of the petitioner can be ascertained from the very fact that even while its M.D. was in custody, the petitioner have been paying some or the other amount in the account of the respondent towards clearing its tax liability. It is also submitted Rs. 11.5 crores due includes a major chunk of interest. Held that—an amount of Rs. 5.5 crores shall be deposited with the department within two days from the date of defreezing of its bank accounts and whereas the remaining liability, including of India shall be discharged within 120 working days from today. Any default in making payment within 120 days shall entail consequences under the CGST Act.
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