Supreme Court tells govt to give 30 days after lockdown end to pay tax
Kathmandu, June 11
The Supreme Court has ordered the federal government to revise its June 21 tax cost deadline contemplating the nationwide lockdown imposed to regulate the coronavirus disaster.
In response to 2 writ petitions filed relating to the difficulty, a division bench of justices Anil Kumar Sinha and Manoj Kumar Sharma issued an interim order to the federal government on Wednesday, directing it to present the residents a minimum of 30 days after the tip of the lockdown.
Earlier, the federal government had issued an order to pay numerous taxes for the earlier months by June 7. After protests from merchants and stakeholders, the federal government had revised the choice, extending the deadline by two weeks. Dissatisfied with the order, advocates Srijana Adhikari and Thaneshwar Kafle had registered separate writ petitions looking for the courtroom order.
Published on June 11th, Thursday, 2020 4:10 PM