Flipkart through its logistics arm EKart, has filed a writ in the high court of Uttarakhand, against the state.
Uttarakhand has imposed a 10% tax on the good purchased from e-commerce while the standard rate of entry tax is 5%. The e-commerce giant has called the move “discriminatory”.
Uttarakhand imposed the tax in December but Maharashtra, Bihar and Karnataka already have an entry tax on e-commerce purchases while other states are in the planning stage.[source]