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Country's largest tax reform will be implemented today, launch of GST at midnight in Parliament

Posted on: 30 Jun, 2017 Tags   GST GST Bill GST Council PM Modi

IndiaNewsonWeb: 30 Jun, 2017, GST will be implemented from midnight today in the country. Special preparations are being made at the Central Hall of Parliament. On this special occasion, many well known celebrities from the film to the industry are going to be involved. President Pranab Mukherjee and PM Narendra Modi will also be present in this grand event.

For this Central Hall is being prepared, there is a possibility of taking part in this program, about 1500 people. The absence of the Opposition parties, including the Congress, will continue to perish. Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and HD Devgoda have also been invited. But Manmohan Singh will not be included in this program because Congress has boycotted it.

The program will start at 10:45 pm, first of all, a 10 minute film will be shown on GST. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will address the people, followed by PM Modi and President Pranab Mukherjee. With this, the GST system will start in the country. In this special program, many celebrities including Amitabh Bachchan, Lata Mangeshkar, Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata will be joining.

For the commencement of Goods and Services Tax (GST), many opposition parties are not participating in the midnight session in Parliament on June 30. While the Congress, Trinamool Congress, RJD, Samajwadi Party and the Left have announced that they will not take part in the special function announced by the government, JD (U) has said that they leave this decision on their MPs.


The Congress, while fiercely criticizing the meeting convened by the government, called it 'a big show of its own propaganda' to get the discussions. The party also accused the government of "insulting" the independence movement of the country because the three midnight events before the Central Hall of Parliament were related to the country's independence. The Congress leaders said that this is also one of the reasons for not taking part in the party's function.


Like Congress, Lalu Prasad's party, RJD has also decided to stay away from the special meeting of the Parliament for GST. In a matter related to the fodder scam, Lalu, who was taken to the hospital in Jharkhand on Thursday, announcing the boycott of the meeting by his party, said that his party will not be included in the meeting held in Haryana and will boycott it.


The Trinamool Congress was the first party to announce the boycott of the meeting. Mamata Banerjee said, "We were in support of GST. But he changed many things. They imposed taxes on medicine etc. We asked him not to apply it in haste. But they did not pay attention to this. ' Mamata had said yesterday that the Trinamool Congress will not participate in the program to implement the GST on the pretext of June 30.


The Communist Party of India (CPI) pledged to hasten to introduce GST on the Center. The party has decided not to participate in the special meeting of the National Parliament on June 30. CPI general secretary Survaram Sudhakar Reddy said that the party has decided not to join the meeting convened by the government after discussions with its MPs.


On GST, JD (U) did not clear his stand and said that he left the decision on his MPs. However, party spokesman K. Tyagi said, "This is just a reformist measure. The way the government is presenting it as an economic freedom of India, it is unfortunate. '


Earlier, in 1997, the special session of Parliament was convened on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Independence. This last event in this hall took place in 1997, when the celebration was celebrated on the completion of 50 years of independence. 

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