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Centre Released Rs. 1,65,302 Crore as GST Compensation to States/UTs for the FY 2019-20 against cess collection of Rs. 95,444 crore

Central Government has recently released GST Compensation of Rs. 13,806 crore to States for March’2020. Taking this amount into account, entire compensation upto 2019-20 has been released to States. The total amount of compensation released for the year 2019-20 is Rs. 1,65,302 crore whereas the amount of cess collected during the year 2019-20 was Rs. 95,444 crore.

To release the compensation for 2019-20, balance of cess amount collected during 2017-18 and 2018-19 was also utilised. In addition, Centre had transferred Rs. 33,412 crore from Consolidated Fund of India to the Compensation Fund as a part of an exercise to apportion balance of IGST pertaining to 2017-18.

The table below shows the State-wise GST compensation released for the Financial Year 2019-20: –

S.No Name of State/UT GST compensation released to States/Uts for FY 2019-20


(Rs. in Crore)

1 Andhra Pradesh 3028
2 Arunachal Pradesh 0
3 Assam 1284
4 Bihar 5464
5 Chattisgarh 4521
6 Delhi 8424
7 Goa 1093
8 Gujarat 14801
9 Haryana 6617
10 Himachal Pradesh 2477
11 J & K 3281
12 Jharkhand 2219
13 Karnataka 18628
14 Kerala 8111
15 Madhya Pradesh 6538
16 Maharashtra 19233
17 Manipur 0
18 Meghalaya 157
19 Mizoram 0
20 Nagaland 0
21 Odisha 5122
22 Puducherry 1057
23 Punjab 12187
24 Rajasthan 6710
25 Sikkim 0
26 Tamil Nadu 12305
27 Telangana 3054
28 Tripura 293
29 Uttar Pradesh 9123
30 Uttarakhand 3375
31 West Bengal 6200
Total 165302

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