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Central excise reorganisation

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CHENNAI: Consequent to the re-organisation of the Central Excise Commissionerates in March, the jurisdiction of Chennai I Commissionerate of the Chennai Excise has been further revised.

A department circular says that Divisions A, B, C, D and E have been ordered to function within the jurisdiction of Chennai 1 Central Excise Commissionerate.

The jurisdiction of Chennai I Commissionerate includes the divisions 1 to 31, 40 to 45 and 47 to 49, 100, 102 and 103 of the Corporation of Chennai, Minjur Firka of Ponneri taluk and Madhavaram Firka of Ambattur Taluk in Tiruvallur district in Tamil Nadu, says the notification.

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