After hearing learned counsel for the appellant and going through the mpugned order, we do not find any merit in the instant appeal. It is the conceded position that in the assessee’s balance sheet, the aforesaid liabilities have been shown, which are payable to the sundry creditors. Such liabilities, shown in the balance sheet, indicate the acknowledgment of the debts payable by the assessee. Merely because such liability is outstanding for the last six years, it cannot be presumed that the said liabilities have ceased to exist. It is also conceded position that there is no bilateral act of the assessee and the creditors, which indicates that the said liabilities have ceased to exist. In absence of any bilateral act, the said liabilities could not have been treated to have ceased. In view of these facts, the CIT (A) as well as the ITAT have rightly come to the conclusion that the Assessing Officer has wrongly invoked the Explanation- I of Section 41 (I) of the Act and made the aforesaid addition on the basis of presumption, conjectures and surmises. It has been further found that the Assessing Officer failed to show that in any earlier year, allowance of deduction had been in respect of any trading liability incurred by the assessee. It was also not proved that any benefit was obtained by the assessee concerning such trading liability by way of remission or cessation thereof during the concerned year. Thus, there did not accrue any benefit to the assessee which could be deemed to be the profit or gain of the assessee’s business, which would otherwise not be the assessee’s income. It has been farther found as fact that the assessee had filed the copies of accounts of sundry creditors signed by the concerned creditors. In view of this fact, in our opinion, the ITAT has rightly come to the conclusion that confirmation from the creditors were produced.
In view of the above, we do not find any illegality in the impugned order passed by the ITAT and in our opinion, no substantial questions of law, as raised by the revenue in this appeal, arise from the order of the ITAT.