Aadhaar Number Is Required To Make PAN Card Government Notified The Rule


Aadhaar Number Is Required To Make PAN Card Government Notified The Rule

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Government And SC Decision On Aadhar Card

Now the aadhaar card or enrollment number will be necessary for the formation of a PAN card. Apart from this, it will also be necessary to link the aadhar with PAN card. This rule will be effective from 1st July. The government notified the changes in the Income Tax rules on Wednesday.

Arun Jaitley had made the aadhar necessary for filing income tax return through amendments in the tax proposal of the Finance Bill 2017-18. Apart from this, it is also necessary to seed the pan to the UID. The motto behind this is to stop the tax evasion due to the use of several pan.

Information Must Be Provided To DG And DGIT Of IT Department

On behalf of the Revenue Department, it has been said that who has PAN number, they will have to give their aadhar number information to the Director General (Systems) or DGIT (Systems) of the Income Tax Department till July 1, 2017.

SC Denies Stay on Notification of Mandatory Aadhaar

Supreme Court had on Tuesday denied the Center’s ban on the necessity of making Aadhaar essential.

The government assured the SC that no one will be deprived of the benefits of the schemes if they do not have the UID.

Government has issued notification of the need for Aadhaar card compulsion for government schemes. Against this decision, 3 separate petitions have been filed in SC.

Why did not SC Stop This?

Justice AM Khanvilkar and Justice Naveen Sinha’s Bench said, “Not only on any doubt we can obstacle the notification that no person will get the benefit of the schemes if no aadhar is available, while no such case is yet come up like this. So you should have to wait a week for the pitchers, if a person comes out who is deprived of the benefits of any schemes then you can point it out in the court. What’s the problem? “

“We cannot give any order, which is uncertain. You are saying that there are someone who are not getting benefit of such schemes but we have not seen any case or issue similar to it. Government is saying no one is deprived off any schemes benefit. Alternate IDs will still be considered as valid. “

The bench said these things to the senior advocate Shyam Diwan, appearing on behalf of the petitioners.

Government has argued this

In SC, Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told from Center side, “The benefits of social welfare schemes will be given to the people, even if they do not have the aadhaar.

The other 10 more documents are valid

Tushar Mehta said, “If anyone has not the aadhar, then he can use the voter ID, driving license, passport and PAN to get the benefit of the scheme. These IDs are needed so that a bogus candidate cannot avail the benefits of these schemes. There are 10 more other documents to take advantage of the schemes, some IDs are necessary, so that the bogus person does not take advantage of the schemes. So that no partiality can be done in this matter.”

Supreme Court has given the term

Tushar Mehta said, “If his (beneficiaries) do not have the aadhar card, then there is no matter, they have time till 30th September to get the aadhar.” During this period, no one will be deprived of benefits. “

SC gives judgment on 9th June Decision

– The SC bench also cited the 9th June judgment, in which the Supreme Court had supported the Aadhaar card for the PAN and Income Tax Returns and said that those who have the UID must attach it in Pan and ITR. “

– SC had given relaxation to those people, who do not have the aadhaar. SC has partially blocked the aadhar for the PAN and ITR, until the constitutional bench judgment of the court on the issue related to its privacy was heard.

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