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I have imported some material and paid the customs duty and IGST and bill of entry has been finally assessed. Further, due to changes in some expenses, I have paid the differential customs duty and IGST by manually challan. Can I take credit of IGST manually, if yes, how can I take?
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You can take ITC against differential IGST paid through manual challan.
These are ex facie views of mine and the same should not be construed as professional advice / suggestion.
TR.6 Challan must be linked to bill of entry. Route of ICEGATE has to be followed.
Yes, you can avail ITC of differential IGST paid.
Though TR-6 is not a prescribed document for availing credit under GST, considering that it is the only document for payment of the BCD and IGST subsequently, credit should not be denied.
TR.6 Challan is an integral part of bill entry (bill of entry approved by the Customer Officer (Proper Officer) is an assessment order. So ITC is admissible on the strength of bill of entry (prescribed document) which includes TR.6 challan. must be reflected in ICEGATE.