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works contractor road construction under BOT agreement with govt TDS deduction applicable or required discharge GST by RP, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 117325
Dated: 1-7-2021
By:- nagaraju bm
works contractor road construction under BOT agreement with govt TDS deduction applicable or required discharge GST by RP

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works contractor road construction under BOT agreement with govt TDS deduction applicable or required discharge GST by dealer or as government not paying for contract requires TDS by department clarification required.

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1 Dated: 1-7-2021
By:- Shilpi Jain

Agreement with govt. GST TDS will be deducted. YOUR QUESTION NOT VERY CLEAR. Payment or non payment to contractor has nothing to do with this


2 Dated: 1-7-2021
By:- KASTURI SETHI

The absence of 'full stop' and 'coma' in the query mars the message of the query.


3 Dated: 1-7-2021
By:- KASTURI SETHI

Read 'comma' in place of 'coma'.


4 Dated: 7-7-2021
By:- ABHISHEK TRIPATHI

Dear Nagaraju BM Ji,

Assumed facts: Querist is constructing the road under the BOT-toll model. And the government is not paying for the contract. In the BOT-toll model, the concessionaire pays for the entire construction and recover the cost via toll collection.

Assumed queries: Applicability of TDS and Applicability of GST on such works contract.

If it is a BOT toll model, the concessionaire will recover the money through toll. The is no involvement of the government for TDS. For applicability of GST refer to 9967, it's exempted.


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