Income tax Department is dedicated to the cause of establishing “citizen-centric governance” of Government of India. In this endeavor, several initiatives like ASK, e-Nivaran etc. have been undertaken by this Department to bring excellence in public service delivery and handling of Tax Payers Grievances.

AAYKAR SEVA KENDRA(ASK)

Various ASK centers are working in Rajasthan Region as one stop shop to accept various applications includinggrievances from the Tax Payers directly and enable monitoring of the action on the same by providing a unique identifier. Click to Know More..

e-NIVARAN

e-Nivaran utility on the e-filing website of the Income Tax Department is designed to enable filing of grievances by the Tax Payers who are filing their Income Tax Return online. Click here

CENTRALIZED PUBLIC GRIEVANCE REDRESS AND MONITORING SYSTEM (CPGRAMS)

This is a Government of India Portal aimed at providing the citizens with a platform for redressal of their grievances. Any grievance against any Government organization in the countrymay be lodged, which will go to the concerned Ministry/Department/State Government for immediate redressal.

HELPDESK/GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL(INCOME TAX DEPARTMENT, RAJASTHAN)

Further, Income Tax Deparment, Rajasthan has designated the following functionary to handle the Local Grievances of the Tax Payers :-

Shri Giriraj Dutt Sharma, Assistant Commissioner of Income Tax(HQRS)
O/o Principal Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, Rajasthan, Jaipur
Room No. 103, New Central Revenue Building, Statue Circle, Jaipur
Contact Details :9530400062, 0141-2385124, 0141-2385321(FAX)
Email :webmanager[at]incometax[dot]gov[dot]in
Help Desk Counter Phone No:0141-2385124

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