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We are pleased to share with you the copy of our latest GST Café, which is a briefing on the judgment of the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi in Dhruv Kishan Maggu v. Union of India, where the constitutionality of section 69 read with section 132 of the CGST Act was upheld by the court.

To read the GST Cafe, click at the Download Newsletter.

We trust that you will find the same useful. Looking forward to receiving your valuable feedback.

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