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Advance Ruling On 18% GST Application To ‘Parota’ Stands Void AB Initio [READ ORDER]

Lawstreet Journal 7 Oct 2020 8:51pm

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The Karnataka Appellate Authority of Advance Ruling (KAAR) recently made this declaration regarding the ruling given by the Authority of Advance Ruling (AAR) on the application of 18% Goods and Services Tax (GST) to whole wheat parota (fried flatbread) and Malabar Parota to be void ab initio. 

The appellate authority made this declaration on the basis of the finding that the applicant, ID Fresh Food (India) Pvt. Ltd had filed the application seeking advance ruling suppressing the fact that investigation on tax evasion was pending against it. Thus, the authority held that the application came under Section 98(2) of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act (CGST Act) which prohibits the AAR from admitting an application when there are already pending proceedings going against the particular applicant. 

The Karnataka Appellate AAR, however, didn’t comment or gave ruling on the issue whether the preparation of whole wheat parota and Malabar parota be classified under Chapter heading 1905, attracting GST at the rate of 5% as the matter was still pending and nothing conclusive was decided yet by the Court. 

The appellant had even sought a clarification on whether its product of frozen/ packaged parota, which can be consumed by way of heating, attracts the 5% rate or 18% rate of GST. In May 2020 the Authority of Advance Ruling (AAR) had even specified that the product cannot be treated as roti, which attracts the 5% GST. The applicant averred that parota was to be included in the entry “khakhra, plain, chapati or roti” and should come under the bar of… Continue Reading...


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