The government expects that it may moderate inflation by 2% after the take off of GST as tax incidence on several products will come down with companies passing on benefits to the consumer, revenue secretary Hasmukh Adhia informed a leading business daily.
The revenue secretary further informed that “The internal estimate is that after the obsession practice that we have done, expansion ought to go around 2%. Be that as it may, this is liable to all makers passing on the advantage of descending revision.”
Adhia said the governmenthas taken unique measures to guarantee that costs of merchandise and ventures that make up price index list did not rise.
“The rates proposed are very, very reasonable. There is a lot of incidence of tax on cereals or commodities but still, we have insisted on keeping it on the exempt list. This will help in keeping CPI under control.”