इंडियन आवाज़     04 Mar 2024 07:59:17      انڈین آواز

GST will end inspector raj, boost economic growth: Amit Shah


AMIT SHAHBJP chief Amit Shah has said that the GST will accelerate the country’s economic growth and bring an end to the inspector raj. Mr Shah said the launch of GST has dissolved over 17 different taxes, converting them into a single tax, which will help traders, businessmen and small entrepreneurs.

He said that BJP government, under the leadership of Narendra Modi, has provided relief to the businessmen from inspector raj.

The BJP president was addressing a gathering at Panaji in Goa yesterday. Mr Shah said there might be some teething problems with the implementation of the GST but they could be worked out.

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