New Delhi | Congress GST BJP : Congress tried to surround the Modi government for bringing some essential food items under the ambit of Goods and Services Tax (GST). It was said on behalf of the Congress that the Modi government is not concerned about the common people and the poor, but about the casinos. This government thinks five times before imposing tax on casinos, but once before imposing tax on flour. Doesn’t even review. The main opposition party also said that if there is one slab and one rate of GST, then the burden on the poor and middle class will be reduced.
GST on Health Insurance: 18%
GST on Hospital Room: 5%
GST on Diamonds: 1.5%
‘Gabbar Singh Tax’ is a painful reminder of who the PM cares for.
A single, low GST rate will reduce compliance costs, prevent government from playing favorites & ease burden on poor & middle class families.
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) July 5, 2022
Rahul Gandhi tweeted
Congress GST BJP : On this matter, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi tweeted that GST 18 percent on health insurance, 18 percent GST on hospital room. GST on diamonds 1.5 percent. He further said that ‘Gabbar Singh Tax’ is a sad reminder of what the Prime Minister takes care of. He said that one slab and low rate of GST will help in reducing the burden on the poor and middle class.
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Central government looting bread from the plate
Congress GST BJP : Congress spokesperson Gaurav Vallabh told reporters that today Gabbar Singh Tax is working to run away by looting bread from the plate of the middle income group of India. The government of our country thinks five times before imposing tax on casinos, but does not consider the need of review even once before imposing tax on flour. He alleged that a case study should be written on how a laughing, playing, growing economy has been destroyed in the last 8 years, how a growing economy is destroyed.
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