Jeetu Kodwani (article) (266 Points)28 September 2021
Rama chary Rachakonda
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Replied 28 September 2021
In the case of lottery run by State Government, the tickets are sold by the State Government to lottery distributor /selling agent. The selling agent is required to pay tax under reverse charge.
Subsequently, when the selling agent supplies such tickets to sub-agent, no tax is required to be paid. The local sub-agent is also not required to pay any tax. Thus, a tax is levied at single – point under reverse charge in case of lottery run by State Government. However, in the case of lottery authorised by State Government, the tax is to be paid under the forward charge by the lottery selling agent (i.e.supplier). A tax must also be paid at each stage of supply.