New Delhi: The Union government is complying with the April 1, 207 deadline for executing the merchandise and administrations charge (GST) crosswise over India, Minister of State for Finance, Arjun Ram Meghwal said on Thursday.
"I can guarantee you that April 1, 2017 is the deadline for actualizing GST in India and we are standing that specific target and I can guarantee that April 1, 2017, GST will be relevant in the nation," said Meghwal while tending to the inaugural session of "ASSOCHAM Global Investors' India Forum".
He said every one of the issues identifying with the states – whether relating to the standard rate, zone or item based exclusions, pieces in the GST rate – all will be chosen in the GST Council after nitty gritty examination with the states.
"We will consider on the issues and certainly choose in light of a legitimate concern for the country," said Meghwal.
The clergyman included that the GST is a noteworthy activity that can take India's GDP development to twofold digit level up to 10 for every penny from current level of more than 7 for each penny.