A month after announcing the constitution of a sub-committee under the High Level Committee to look into imposition of excise duty on jewellery, the government announced the names of its representatives for the committee.
The sub-committee, headed by former chief economic adviser Ashok Lahiri, has other members including legal expert Rohan Shah, Commerce Ministry Joint Secretary Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC).
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Joint Secretary in Tax Research Unit Alok Shukla and Gautam Ray, a finance ministry statement said.
Representatives from the trade will be appointed to the sub-committee shortly, the statement said.
The committee shall consider all issues related to compliance procedure for excise duty, records to be maintained, operating procedures and all other relevant issues, it said.