Sarais Under Religious Or Charitable Trusts Exempted From GST, Says CBIC In Series Of Tweet
GST Rate Update: Inns run by religious and charitable trusts...
GST Rate Update: Inns run by religious and charitable trusts where people stay will not attract GST. The Finance Ministry clearly said that despite the rent, there will be no GST on the inns run by religious and charitable trusts.
In fact, the inns run by the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee, whose rent is Rs 1,000 per day, started charging GST on July 18, 2022 after the decision of the GST Council. In fact, the GST Council in its 47th meeting had decided to levy 12 per cent GST on hotel rooms up to Rs 1,000. The Central Board of Indirect Taxes has said in its tweet that GST is not applicable on inns run by religious and charitable trusts. CBIC has made many tweets about this.
Certain sections of the media and social media are spreading the message that GST has recently been imposed with effect from 18 July, 2022 even on ‘Sarais’ run by religious/charitable trusts. This is not true. (1/9) The correct position is detailed below: @nsitharaman @PIB_India
— CBIC (@cbic_india) August 4, 2022
The Central Board of Indirect Taxes said in its tweet that if the inns run by religious and charitable trusts are outside the boundary of the religious place which are run by the trust, then GST will not be applicable on it. According to CBIC, Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee can get GST exemption on renting a room.
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