2018 Taxo.online 301

W. P. No.17999 of 2018 dated 23.08.2018





Central Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017

P. K. Jaiswal, Justice & S. K. Awasthi, Justice


High Court

Madhya Pradesh

Represented by: – 

Petitioner: – Shri R. Gogoi and Shri Alok Barthwal

Respondent: –  Shri Prasanna Prasad

Order: – 

Heard on the question of admission as well as for grant of interim relief.

Issue notice.

Shri Prasanna Prasad, learned Counsel accepts notice on behalf of respondents and, therefore, no further notice is required.

In respect of interim relief, learned Counsel for the petitioner has submitted that the duty free shops at international airports in India are located beyond the customs frontier of India and any transaction that takes place in a duty free shop is said to have taken place outside India and petitioner is not liable to pay any CGST, SGST and IGST.

His submission is that some interim direction be issued to the Board through member GST to issue necessary clarification regarding eligibility of refund of accumulated credit of CGST, SGST and IGST paid by the duty free shops on goods and services supplied by the Indian supplier. He has also drawn our attention to the decision of Apex Court in the case of M/s. Hotel Ashoka (Indian Tourism Development Corporation Limited) Versus Assistant Commissioner of Commercial Taxes and another (Civil Appeal No.2560 of 2010) reported in (2012) 276 ELT 433.

Considering the aforesaid, we direct the learned Counsel for the respondents to seek instructions from the Board for issuance of clarification and response, as the matter is already settled by the Apex Court, within a period of ten days from today.

List immediately after ten days.

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