A screenshot of the Income Tax Department’s new e-filing portal.
Nirmala Sitharaman, the Finance Minister in a meeting with Salil Parekh the CEO of Infosys affirmed “deep disappointment” over the complications in the new Income tax portal. The finance minister gave him till September 15 to work on the problems.
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Convened to elucidate the issues with the portal. Infosys CEO met with the Finance minister for an hour or more to brief them about the glitch.
After the portal was shut for two days continuously the “summons” was announced. The Finance Minister emphasised the perturb of the taxpayers and government about glitches after the site’s launch.
“Mr Parekh was also sensitive to the difficulties that taxpayers are facing and the problems that are facing and the problems that are arising on account of the delays in the functioning of the portal” an official statement. Infosys CEO and many other company officials said “acknowledged the technical issues in the functioning of the portal”
This is the second project of the government that has run into so much trouble.
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