Telangana today turned into the ninth state to endorse the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Constitutional Amendment Bill.
While the Legislative Council passed the Bill collectively, the Legislative Assembly wrangled on the Bill. Despite the fact that restriction parties looked for elucidations on the Bill, they in the end bolstered its entry.
The GST Constitution (122nd Amendment) Bill was passed by the Lok Sabha prior in this month.
The Bill should be sanctioned by no less than 16 states before it is sent to the GST Council which will settle on the new duty rate. The board will likewise choose the focal and state charges that will be subsumed in the new assessment administration.
The Council will be constituted after the Constitution revision bill is advised.