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IGST Reimbursement to States

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
MINISTRY OF FINANCE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 

LOK SABHA 
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 2062 
TO BE ANSWERED ON FRIDAY, THE 21st DECEMBER, 2018 

30 Agrahayana, 1940, (SAKA) 
IGST Reimbursement to States 

2062.SHRIMATI VANAROJA R.
         SHRI PR. SENTHIL NATHAN
         SHRI BHARATHI MOHAN R.K.
         SHRIMATI V. SATHYA BAMA: 

Will the Minister of FINANCE be pleased to state: 

  • (a) whether the Government has generated income as expected from Goods and Services Tax (GST) collections since the introduction of GST and if so, the details thereof; 
  • (b) the details of the GST collected in the last one year, State-wise; 
  • (c) whether the Government has paid any refunds to the States/UTs from the Integrated Goods and Services Tax collections; and 
  • (d) if so, the details thereof and the amount reimbursed to Tamil Nadu? 
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ANSWER 
MINISTER OF STATE IN MINISTRY OF FINANCE 
(SHRI SHIV PRATAP SHUKLA) 

(a): The month-wise gross collection of Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST), State Goods and Services Tax (SGST), Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST) and Cess for FY 2017-18 and FY 2018-19 are as under: 
Month
GST collection (in Rs.
Crore)
2017-18
2018-19
April
--
1,03,459
May
--
94,016
June
--
95,610
July
--
96,483
August
95,633
93,960
September
94,064
94,442
October
93,333
100,710
November
83,780
97,637
December
84,314
--
January
89,825
--
February
85,962
--
March
92,167
--
Average
89,885
97,040

From the above Table, it is clear that GST collection in the current FY (2018-19) has been showing improvement compared to last FY (2017-18) except for the month of August, 2018. 

(b): Details are given in the Annexure. 

(c) & (d): The Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST) collected by the Centre has been either apportioned in case of final consumption or settled in case of cross- utilisation between Centre and States in terms of Sections 17 and Section 18 respectively of Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017. The residual IGST available with the Centre after apportionment/settlement has been settled ad-hoc basis from time to time. Rs 8706 crore (July’17-March’18) and Rs 11830 crore (April’18-November’18) has been settled to Tamil Nadu from IGST which includes ad- hoc settlement. 
ANNEXURE 
State-wis e SGST co lle ction in 2 01 7 -18 (A ug ust’1 7 – M arch ’18 ) 
Sl.No.
State/Union Territory
Amount (In Rs. Crore)
1
Jammu and Kashmir
2,611
2
Himachal Pradesh
1,833
3
Punjab
7,901
4
Chandigarh
800
5
Uttarakhand
2,611
6
Haryana
10,845
7
Delhi
13,625
8
Rajasthan
12,190
9
Uttar Pradesh
25,455
10
Bihar
6,746
11
Sikkim
193
12
Arunachal Pradesh
224
13
Nagaland
188
14
Manipur
302
15
Mizoram
170
16
Tripura
480
17
Meghalaya
376
18
Assam
4,077
19
West Bengal
15,174
20
Jharkhand
4,124
21
Odisha
6,628
22
Chhattisgarh
4,386
23
Madhya Pradesh
9,818
24
Gujarat
21,578
25
Daman and Diu
116.00
26
Dadra and Nagar Haveli
235
27
Maharashtra
50,876
28
Karnataka
24,305
29
Goa
1,464
30
Lakshadweep
7
31
Kerala
12,292
32
Tamil Nadu
24,907
33
Puducherry
519
34
Andaman and Nicobar Islands
157
35
Telangana
13,073
36
Andhra Pradesh
10,826
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