GST midnight launch not political event, Congress should reconsider boycott, says Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu


New Delhi: On Friday Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu appealed the rivalry to reassess its verdict not to attend the launch of the Goods and Service Tax, conveying it was not a political occasion. Minister further conveyed that, I still plea to Congress and another parties boycotting GST event to reassess.

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His plea comes hours prior to the administration in a midnight session, will formally introduce the new tax regime. The Congress Party asserted the midnight event is a publicity move. Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad further conveyed that this is a taxation law.

These are the two causes… going in the nation and the fact that purposes held in the Central Hall in the precedent were connected to India’s independence. It can be altered the day after and can be amended numerous times.

In a letter to leaders of 50 national and state political parties, Minister of State in PMO Jitendra Singh called the introduction of GST a “momentous occasion” and emphasize that such a huge task has been attained with the support of all state administrations.

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The management also sent out letters to chief ministers and secretaries of all states seeking their support in the execution of GST in their particular states.