IT new website: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman angry at Infosys

Income Tax New Website: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday asked Infosys and its chairman Nandan Nilekani to address technical difficulties in the Income Tax Department’s new e-filing website. The Finance Minister has taken this step after complaining from a large number of users on Twitter. Infosys was leased in 2019 to develop the next generation income tax filing system. The idea is to reduce revenues from 63 days to one day and speed up the ‘repayment process’. The portal went into effect on Monday evening.

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The Finance Minister, who announced the launch of the new portal via Twitter on Tuesday morning, said Monday that it was “an important step in making the compliance experience more taxable.” The portal will operate at 8.45pm on Monday. Come on. Soon, however, his Twitter timeline received numerous complaints from users. Later, Sitharaman wrote on Twitter, “I have seen complaints about technical difficulties in my timeline. Hope Infosys and Nandan Nilekani will not disappoint our taxpayers in terms of service quality.

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Referring to the user’s tweet, he wrote, “Our priority should be to make taxpayers easier to follow. Users have complained about the ‘login problem’ in their new e-filing portal. The leading IT major has faced criticism from taxpayers about the GSTN portal.

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