Companies registered in Manipur were required to file GSTR-1, which is the outbound supplies declaration, for April by May 11.
April GSTR-3B, which is the monthly tax payment form, had to be filed by May 20. GSTR-7, which was to be filed by companies that withhold tax at source, for April was filed by May 10.
Clashes erupted in Manipur after a ‘Tribal Solidarity March’ was held in the hill districts on May 3 to protest the Meitei community’s demand for Scheduled Tribe (ST) status.
The violence in Manipur was preceded by tensions over the eviction of Kuki villagers from the forest lands of the reserve, which led to a series of minor unrests.
The Meiteis make up about 53% of Manipur’s population and live mainly in the Imphal Valley. The tribes – Nagas and Kukis – still make up 40% of the population and reside in the hill districts.
Ethnic clashes left more than 70 dead and some 10,000 military and paramilitary personnel had to be deployed in the northeastern state. However, the violence continues as one person was killed and another injured on Thursday.