Zomato Receives Tax Demand Order of INR 2 Cr.

The company has been requested to pay INR 2,22,91,376 for GST, in addition to additional interest and penalty costs totaling INR 2,31,27,300, according to the petition.

The new tax penalty for Zomato comes days after the company received a GST notification of INR 11.8 Cr from the Gurugram GST department.

Zomato, a leading foodtech company, has received a new goods and services tax (GST) penalty notice from Delhi’s sales tax commissioner for fiscal year 2018-19.

According to a regulatory filing with the stock exchanges, a demand order has been received for excess availment of input tax credit for the fiscal year 2018-19.

The company has been ordered to pay INR 2,22,91,376 in GST, plus additional interest and penalty charges totaling INR 2,31,27,300.

The business responded to the show cause notice by offering explanations on every point, backed up by pertinent data and records.