PM Modi Lauds GST; Says Diwali Is A Fortnight Early Due To It

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Speaking at a public rally in Dwarka Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the tax reforms, ease of business and flexibility that the GST has brought all over the world. He also heaped huge praise on his ministers for the quick transition and easy implementation of GST. “Diwali has come early for our citizens due to the decisions are taken in the GST Council. We had said we will study all aspects relating to GST for three months, including shortcomings. And thus, the decisions were taken with consensus at the GST Council,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said as he addressed a mammoth gathering.


Visiting his hometown before the assembly elections, the prime minister was once again in fine form as people from all over the state thronged to listen to the man who has transformed their state into one of the best in India. Modi kicked off his 2-day visit by laying the foundation stone for a bridge between Okha and Bet Dwarka. After offering prayers at the Dwarkadish Temple, Modi took the center stage. With a plethora of changes being implemented in the GST and tax of more than 25 items being reduced, the recent reforms are being praised throughout the country by people from all classes. And Modi wasn’t shy to announce the success of the GST, a project that has been the brainchild of the BJP for long and was finally brought to reality under the leadership of Modi a few months back. Modi went onto to compare the executing of the GST to Diwali.”Today, I have seen newspapers from across the country. They carry headlines that Diwali has come 15 days earlier. “You all must be busy preparing for Diwali, and in Gujarat, Diwali is celebrated with great enthusiasm, especially among businessmen,”.


Seeing drawbacks in the tax, the Government instantly took measures to bring about changes for a perfect implementation which has directly impacted the population for the good.


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