GST fraud of Rs 90 crore unearthed, Ghaziabad resident held
| Saturday | 16th March, 2019
These fake invoices were sold to clients.
Arpit Saxena Senior Intelligence Officer said, Goyal was operating since 2017 and over time created 50 shell firms.
A 27-year-old chartered accountant, Gaurav Jindal, was arrested for allegedly running the racket.
He was sent to Meerut jail.
MEERUT: Sleuths of the office of Director General of GST Intelligence (DGGI) have arrested one Rajesh Goyal, 42, a resident of New Panchwati Colony in Ghaziabad, for issuing fake invoices of more than Rs 400 crore through 50 shell companies to illegally avail of or utilize input tax credit to the tune of Rs 90 crore.This comes weeks after a 27-year-old Chartered Accountant (CA) was arrested for running a similar racket encashing input tax credit of Rs 50 crores illegally.
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