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GST revenue collection for August - Rs 86,449 crore

By TIOL News Service

NEW DELHI, SEPT 01, 2020: The gross GST revenue collected in the month of August, 2020 is Rs. 86,449 crore of which CGST is Rs. 15,906 crore, SGST is Rs. 21,064 crore, IGST is Rs. 42,264 crore (including Rs. 19,179 crore collected on import of goods) and Cess is Rs. 7,215 crore (including Rs. 673 crore collected on import of goods).

The government has settled Rs. 18,216 crore to CGST and Rs. 14,650 crore to SGST from IGST as regular settlement. The total revenue earned by Central Government and the State Governments after regular settlement in the month of August, 2020 is Rs. 34,122 crore for CGST and Rs. 35,714 crore for the SGST.

The revenues for the month are 88% of the GST revenues in the same month last year. During the month, the revenues from import of goods were 77% and the revenues from domestic transaction (including import of services) were 92% of the revenues from these sources during the same month last year. It may also be noted that the taxpayers with turnover less than Rs. 5 crore continue to enjoy relaxation in filing of returns till September.

The chart shows trends in monthly gross GST revenues during the current year. The table shows the state-wise figures of GST collected in each State during the month of August 2020 as compared to August 2019 and for the full year.

Table: State-wise collection till August

   

Aug-19

Aug-20

Growth

1

Jammu and Kashmir

302

326

8%

2

Himachal Pradesh

676

597

-12%

3

Punjab

1,255

1,139

-9%

4

Chandigarh

160

139

-13%

5

Uttarakhand

941

1,006

7%

6

Haryana

4,474

4,373

-2%

7

Delhi

3,517

2,880

-18%

8

Rajasthan

2,550

2,582

1%

9

Uttar Pradesh

4,975

5,098

2%

10

Bihar

981

967

-1%

11

Sikkim

163

147

-10%

12

Arunachal Pradesh

45

35

-22%

13

Nagaland

27

31

17%

14

Manipur

37

26

-29%

15

Mizoram

28

12

-56%

16

Tripura

58

43

-26%

17

Meghalaya

117

108

-7%

18

Assam

768

709

-8%

19

West Bengal

3,503

3,053

-13%

20

Jharkhand

1,770

1,498

-15%

21

Odisha

2,497

2,348

-6%

22

Chattisgarh

1,873

1,994

6%

23

Madhya Pradesh

2,255

2,209

-2%

24

Gujarat

6,185

6,030

-3%

25

Daman and Diu

103

70

-32%

26

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

159

145

-9%

27

Maharashtra

13,407

11,602

-13%

29

Karnataka

6,201

5,502

-11%

30

Goa

325

213

-34%

31

Lakshadweep

1

0

-72%

32

Kerala

1,582

1,229

-22%

33

Tamil Nadu

5,973

5,243

-12%

34

Puducherry

161

137

-15%

35

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

30

13

-59%

36

Telangana

3,059

2,793

-9%

37

Andhra Pradesh

2,115

1,955

-8%

38

Ladakh

0

5

 

97

Other Territory

170

180

6%

99

Centre Jurisdiction

100

161

61%

 

Grand Total

72,543

66,598

-8%


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