GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL
Finance [Audit] Department, 10th floor
Shibpur Mandirtala, Howrah – 711 102
No. 5153-F(Y) Dated, Howrah the 28th September, 2016.
Sub: Withdrawal of deposit of West Bengal Motor Transport Workers’ Welfare Cess
Deposit of West Bengal Motor Transport Workers’ Welfare Cess under head “8443-00-116-002-07” has been made mandatory through GRIPS Portal vide G.O. No. 2921-F(Y) dated 03.06.2014 wherein it has been mentioned that the withdrawal procedure shall be prescribed later on.
After considering all the aspects the Governor is pleased to lay down the following procedure for withdrawal of deposits for payment to the Cess Authority.
(i) Controller of Finance & Commercial Accounts Officer, labour Department (DDO Code-CACLBD006) attached with Kolkata Pay & Accounts Office-II shall act as DDO for drawal of the deposits from the “8443-00-116-Deposit under various Central & State Acts-002-Deposit of West Bengal Motor Transport Workers’ Welfare Cess Act, 2010-10-Payments.”
ii) Bill shall be placed on monthly basis for withdrawal of the whole amount deposited under the head 8443-00-116-002-07 through GRIPS in a particular month.
iii) DDO shall draw the bill in TR Form No. 42 through e-Billing and entire fund shall be transferred to the intended Bank Account of the West Bengal Transport Workers’ Social Security Scheme.
iv) Pay & Accounts Office-II shall process the bill only on the basis of sanction order to be issued by Labour Commissioner, Government of West Bengal.
v) No individual challan or attested copy of challan shall be required to be submitted with the bill. Instead a list of Challan Number and amount of the particular month shall be submitted by the DDO along with the bill. This is in relaxation of Rule 6.12 of the WBTR 2005.
vi) Payment will be reflected in the Plus-Minus report of the e-Treasury & Kolkata Pay & Accounts-II accordingly as stipulated in the G.O. No. 1611-F(Y) dated 18.03.2016.
This Order will take effect immediately. Necessary modification in West Bengal treasury Rule shall be made in due course.
Sd/- H. K. Dwivedi
Principal Secretary to the
Government of West Bengal