Rabies: ‘surge In Sale Of Items Doled Out As Freebies’ | Hyderabad News

Central Goods and Services Tax officers in Hyderabad discovered a rise in the distribution of products as freebies for this elections. CGST officials searched illegal godowns in several parts of Telangana, including traders in Hyderabad’s Begum Bazar, resulting in the seizure of goods such as rice cookers, grinders and readymade garments, all worth Rs 4 crore
While state GST officials conduct checks and confiscate freebies, CGST tracks their origin at stockpoints.
An official said: “We made use of big data analytics to identify the increase in the trade of specific products when compared to transactions in corresponding years. We denounced several traders for stockpiling such items in warehouses that were not registered. They are not associated with any parties, and we are looking into them. No names or images of candidates or political parties are on these cards. It’s the next step for the traders to print the names.”
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