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Bail will be granted on showing proof of reversing input tax credit.

Bail Application — Apprehending their arrest in connection with criminal case instituted under Sections 409, 420 and 120-B of the IPC r/w. Sec. 73, 74, 132(1)(e), 132(1)(f), 132(1)(i) and 132(1)(iv) of GST Act, 2017, the petitioners have moved application for grant of privileges of anticipatory bail. The petitioner of A.B.A. No.6521 of 2018 namely Smt. Renu Singh is ready and willing to reverse the input tax credit allegedly taken by her on the basis of forged invoice to the tune of Rs.2,92,64,476.59/- in instalments to the GST Department and the petitioner of A.B.A. No.4745 of 2018 namely Nikit Mittal is also ready and willing to reverse the input tax credit allegedly taken by him on the basis of forged invoice to the tune of Rs.1,06,282/- to the GST Department within a month. Bail granted with certain conditions. — Nikit Mittal, Smt. Renu Singh Vs. The State of Jharkhand [2019] 16 TAXLOK.COM 198 (Jharkhand)