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The honourable Calcutta high court in the case of Sanchita Kundu & Anr.Vs.The Assistant Commissioner of State Tax, Bureau of Investigation, South Bengal & Ors. has given judgement in favour of the assessee . The court while remanding back the case to the respondent officer has observed that “If it is found upon verification and considering the relevant documents that all the purchases and transactions in question are genuine and supported by valid documents and transactions in question were made before the cancellation of registration of those suppliers and after taking into consideration as to whether facts of the petitioners are similar to the judgements of the Supreme Court and various High Courts and of this Court upon which petitioners intend to rely and if it is found similar to the present case in that event the petitioners shall be given the benefit of input tax credit in question.”