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The summons should be kept in abeyance till the next date of hearing. Respondent is directed to verify the details furnished by the petitioner, and revert with appropriate instructions on the next date of hearing.

Section 171 of the IGST Act, 2017 — Anti-Profiteering -- The respondent DGAP’s counsel submitted that the summons issued qua the petitioner could be kept in abeyance till 15.07.2021 given the situation prevailing in the country on account of second wave of Covid-19. The court observed that similar issues are listed before this Court for hearing on 09.08.2021. The petitioner counsel submitted that the purported profiteered amount has been passed on to the customers, and information qua the same has not only been furnished in the past but has also been furnished by way of instant application as well. Held that:-The Hon’ble High Court directed that the summons issued should be kept in abeyance till the next date of hearing, i.e. 09.08.2021. Further, directed respondent no.3 to verify the details furnished by the petitioner, and revert with appropriate instructions on the next date of hearing.
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