The government of India implemented GST (Goods and Service Tax) on 1 July 2017. After the implementation of GST tax law, all over India, you get a single tax slab for goods and services. Here is GST collection Data for October 2022. Each month Govt of India release GST collection data for all states of India. Here you can check which State collects the highest tax in India and which is the richest state in India.
We, On 15 August, give you an overview of which are the top 5 or top 10 states in GST collection in October 2022. Also, you can check the YoY comparison of GST collection for each state here. Check out October 2022 GST collection Data below.
India GST Collection October 2022
|Jammu and Kashmir||648||425||-0.34|
|Uttar PradeshUttar Pradesh||6775||7839||0.16|
|Daman and Diu||0||0||0.2|
|Dadra and Nagar Haveli||269||279||0.04|
|Andaman and Nicobar Islands||26||23||-0.1|
As you can see in the table, you can find the GST collection for each state of India. And also you can find the Comparision and growth of GST collection from Last October 2021 to October 2022 for each state of India. A total of Rs.1,51,718 crore gross GST revenue was collected for October 2022. This is 2nd highest collection ever, next only to the collection in April 2022.
Top 10 GST Revenue States in October 2022
- Maharashtra – Rs.23,037 crore
- Karnataka – Rs.10,996 crore
- Tamil Nadu – Rs.9,540 crore
- Gujarat – Rs.9,469 crore
- Uttar Pradesh – Rs.7,839 crore
- Haryana – Rs.7,662 crore
- West Bengal – Rs.5,367 crore
- Delhi – Rs.4,670 crore
- Telangana – Rs.4,284 crore
- Odisha – Rs.3,769 crore
GST Collection Trend for the Last 6 Months
Hope the Above data helps you to identify which state is giving the highest GST collection and which is the lowest one. As you can see, Maharashtra Tops the chart with Rs. 23,037 crore GST collection while Lakshadweep has the lowest, Rs.2cr GST collection only.
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