Vide its order dated 30.09.2015 CBDT has extended due date only for the state of Haryana, Punjab , Union Territory of Chandigarh and Gujarat.

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F.No.225/207/2016/ITA.II
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Direct Taxes

North-Block, TA.II Division

New Delhi dated the 30th of September, 2015

Order under Section 119 of the Income-tax Act, 1961

The Central Board of Direct Taxes, in compliance to the order of Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court dated 29.09.2015 in case of Vishal Garg & Ors. vs Union of India & Anr.; CWP 19770/2015 and in exercise of powers conferred under section 119 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (‘Act’), hereby orders that the returns of income due to be e-Flied by 30th September, 2015 may be filed by 31st October, 2015 in cases of Income-tax assessees of the State(s) of Punjab and Haryana and Union Territory of Chandigarh.

2. This order shall be subject to the outcome of any further appeal/SLP which the CBDT may file against the said Judgment.

(Rohit Garg)

Deputy-Secretary to the Government of India

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F.No.225/207/2016/ITA.II
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Direct Taxes

North-Block, TA.II Division New Delhi dated the 30th of September, 2015

Order under Section 119 of the Income-tax Act, 1961

The Central Board of Direct Taxes, in compliance to the order of Hon’ble Gujarat High Court dated 29.09.2015 in case of All Gujarat Federation of Tax Consultants vs. CBDT ; Special Civil Application No. 15075 of 2015  and in exercise of powers conferred under section 119 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (‘Act’), hereby orders that the returns of income due to be e-Flied by 30th September, 2015 may be filed by 31st October, 2015 in cases of Income-tax assessees of the State of Gujarat.

2. This order shall be subject to the outcome of any further appeal/SLP which the CBDT may file against the said Judgment.

(Rohit Garg)

Deputy-Secretary to the Government of India

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0 responses to “CBDT extends date only in Punjab, Haryana, UT of Chandigarh and Gujarat”

  1. Bharathi says:

    It is central board of direct taxes? never i think its some state board of direct taxes

  2. Devesh says:

    This order will only increase litigation as it limits the Judicial Authority and challenges principles of juris-prudence!!

    Now if we quote a decision of a High Court which is not of the Assessee’s Jurisdiction the AO is out rightly going to reject such order, taking precedence from this CBDT order.

  3. praful says:

    which date extended in gujarat audit report, return or both. Clarification is not given in notification .

  4. Samiinathan says:

    CBDT HAS LOWERED THE IMAGE OF THE GOVT & FINANCE MINISTER. THEY CAN CREATE A SEPARAE LAW FOR EACH STATE. BJP HAS BEEN PUT IN BAD LIGHT BECAUSE OF A FEW OFFICIALS AND MADE PC BETTER THAN AJ.

  5. rajenfra says:

    Until today it was known that such and such law is applicable to whole of india except the sate of jammu & kashmir, but from today we have something which applies to whole of india except punjab, haryana, chandigarh & gujarat…….. making of the new era ???????????

  6. Abdul Pasha says:

    I see no reason why date should be extended,since its the businessman who are delaying to get their accounts prepared on time. I think penalties are must to lazy assesses but it should be only in the nature of interest and not as penalty as is being currently levied.

  7. Satish kumar says:

    Is cbdt is working on FM words? is cbdt is doing right thing? it’s like a scripted drama. they have to extend the due date and they know it very well.

    • B.B.GUPTA says:

      CBDT is not behaving like matured institution. CBDT has released ITR form more than 4 months late, why they are harassing assessee to satisfy ego of some one person. CBDT should know, India is democratic country and it can’t go against wishes of people. Date should be extended equal to the days of late releasing the ITR form.
      B.B.GUPTA

  8. Shyam Lal Naik says:

    A High Court judgment on a central law has pan India application, unless there are contrary judgment of jurisdictional High Court.

    The action on the part of CBDT is against the court’s verdict and is contempt of Court.

    It appears that the Government is looking at penalties etc to fill it’s coffers. It wishes to enrich itself at the cost of Citizens’ suffering.

  9. Manush says:

    From the order i fill the date of filling income tax return extended not the audit report pls clarify the judgement

    • nagesh says:

      due date for tax audit report u/s 44AB is due date of return u/s 139. once the extension of due date is given for returns u/s 139, tax audit date also gets extended

  10. ca hitesh says:

    British Raj legacy well kept – Divide and Rule. Well done CBDT. Deserve one more ” Prime Minister’s award for excellence in Public Administration”

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