Finance Minister Premchand Aggarwal formally launched the Bill Lao Inam Pao scheme in the assembly hall. After this, in the press conference, Agarwal told that the government is making every possible effort to increase the revenue received through tax. In which the interests of traders and consumers are being kept in mind. United India Insurance Company has been selected for accident insurance of 10 lakhs for traders. Apart from this, industry friends and business friends are also being made. If any trader does not give GST bill to the customers on demand, then they can complain on 1800120122277. Consumers will be encouraged to collect GST bills through the Bill Lao Inam Pao scheme. This will increase tax collection.
The scheme will run from 1 September 2022 to 31 March 2023. The scheme requires customers to upload bills above Rs 200 on the BLIP UK app to enter the exciting lucky draw and mega draw. 1500 prizes will be given every month through lucky draw while 1888 mega draw prizes will be drawn at the end of the scheme.
There will be a chance to win 18 cars, 50 electric scooters, 20 bikes, 500 laptops, 200 mobile phones, 1000 microwaves in the mega draw. The scheme will cover bills for purchase of restaurants, sweets, dry fruits, readymade garments (non-branded), clothes, salons, beauty parlours, footwear (non-branded), gaming parlours, laundry services and artificial jewellery. Commissioner State Tax Iqbal Ahmed, Special Commissioner IS Brijwal, Additional Commissioner Anil Singh, Amit Gupta, Joint Commissioner Anurag Mishra, Praveen Gupta, Deputy Commissioner SS Tiruva, Jagdish Singh were present on the occasion.