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Shree Parvati Metals Versus CCE-Jaipur-I

False CENVAT Credit - HR coils/sheets of thickness below 10mm on the basis of invoices without receiving goods - statement of Shri Naresh Singh, Foreman relied upon - appellant pleads that the cross-examination of shri Naresh Singh was denied and that vitiates the proceedings and pleaded that the case should be remanded for de-novo adjudication - Held that:- As find that the proprietor himself had categorically admitted in his statement dated 7/10/2006 that he never received any coil or plates o .....

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contention of the Advocate, there is no corroborative evidence other than the statement of the proprietor suffice to say that proprietor’s statements, voluntary as those are fully and comprehensively cover and sustain the allegation and have full evidentiary value and therefore absence of corroboratory evidence is inconsequential because Revenue does not have to collect evidence beyond what is required to establish the case. In the case of K.I. Pavunny Vs. Astt Collector Cochin [1997 (2) TMI 97 .....

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09 in terms of which CENVAT Credit of ₹ 10,27,545/- was ordered to be covered along with interest, and equal mandatory penalty was imposed with an option of reduced (25%) mandatory penalty. The facts of the case are that during the investigation commenced on the basis of information that the appellant was taking CENVAT Credit on the HR coils/sheets of thickness below 10mm only on the basis of invoices without receiving goods, it was revealed that the appellant, a manufacturer, did not use .....

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ecorded on 2/4/2008. Accordingly, the impugned CENVAT Credit taken by the appellant based on invoices showing receipt of HR Plates, sheets/coils of thickness below 10mm was denied and penalty imposed as above. 2. Ld. Advocate for the appellant pleads that the cross-examination of shri Naresh Singh was denied and that vitiates the proceedings and pleaded that the case should be remanded for de-novo adjudication after cross-examination of Shri Naresh Singh. He also stated that the Chartered Engine .....

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rietor and demand has been computed only in respect of such coils/plates which were shown in the invoices as below 10mm of thickness. The certificate of chartered engineer was given on 12/8/2008 while demand pertains to 2005-2006 and 2006-2007. He stated that cross-examination of Shri Naresh Singh is not permissible because he is an employee of the proprietor. 4. I have considered the submissions from both sides and perused the records. 5. As regards the cross-examination of Shri Naresh Singh, F .....

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sence of his cross-examination, Shri Naresh Singhs statement cannot be used as evidence against the appellant (Refer SC Judgment in the case of CCE Nagpur Vs. Ballarpur Industries 2007 (215) ELT 489 (SC). However, I find that the proprietor himself had categorically admitted in his statement dated 7/10/2006 that he never received any coil or plates of thickness below 10mm in his factory. There was no retraction of the statement nor any allegation that the same was obtained under duress. Not onl .....

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