e-way bill – transportation of goods by railways – the railways shall not deliver the goods unless the e-way bill is produced at the time of delivery – http://Cir.No .47/21/2018-GST, dt.08.06.18
A total of 10,96,905 taxpayers have registered on e-way bill portal till date. Further 19,796 transporters, who are not registered under GST, have enrolled themselves on the e-way bill portal, the finance ministry said in a statement.
“Over 1.71 lakh inter-state e-way bill was generated on the day of nationwide launch on Sunday, with experts saying that the real test of the portal will be on Today”
” Businesses and transporters must produce before a GST inspector e-way bill for moving goods worth over Rs 50,000 from one state to another“.
A total of 10,96,905 taxpayers have registered on e-way bill portal till date. Further 19,796 transporters, who are not registered under GST, have enrolled themselves on the e-way bill portal, the finance ministry said in a statemen
“1,71,503 e-way bills have been successfully generated on the portal from 00:00 hours till 17:00 hrs. of 1st April 2018,” the ministry said
Official at the Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN), the company which has developed the IT backbone for GST regime, said that the e-way bill platform been working smoothly.
The implementation of the nationwide e-way bill mechanism under GST regime is being done by GSTN in association with the National Informatics Centre (NIC) and is being run on portal — https://ewaybillgst.gov.in.
“Karnataka is the only state which has implemented the e-way bill system for moving goods within the state”.
The state has been using the e-way bill platform since September last year for Intra-state movement of goods.
Experts, however, said that the real test of load capacity of the portal will be tested on Monday as the number of e-way bills generated on Sunday is much less compared to weekdays.
“No major hiccups on the first day of the relaunch of the inter-state e-way bill system. The e-way bill portal seems to be much stable this time.
The e-way bill provision of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was first introduced on February
However, its implementation was put on hold after the system developed glitches in generating permits. The system developed a snag when several states also started generating Intra-state e-way bills on the portal.
Since then, the platform has been made more robust so that it can handle load of as many as 75 Lakh inter-state e-way bills daily without any glitch.
As many 1.05 crore businesses have registered under the GST and about 70 lakh filing monthly returns.
The GST Council, last month, had decided on a staggered rollout of the e-way bill starting with inter-state from April 1 and Intra-state from April 15
Source : News18.com