Goods & Services Tax (GST) in IndiaMovement On GST Likely in Next Session of Parliament from 25th April 2016

April 23, 20160
GST BIll In India
GST Still A Distant Dream In India


After a long phase of disruptions in normal working of Parliament ,in last many sessions , one may again look eagerly for some movement on Goods & Services Tax (GST) Bill in next session of the Parliament which is to commence from 25th April 2016 onwards .
The most prominent bill which will be a matter of discussion , if tabled in Parliament of India,  will be the Goods & Services Tax (GST) Bill .But , unfortunately  this time as well ,the Government of India & BJP has got to struggle with strength game in Rajya Sabha . Since, the number of its members have not increased substantially to get any bill passed in Rajya Sabha even after being passed from Lok Sabha .
It must be appreciated that this week , the Government declared all new 6 nominated members for Rajya Sabha so that it will have some increase in support .However, these nominations are not that enough to steal the show when it will come to get a bill passed .
The stand of Congress is still the same on GST . Hence, this time as well it is quite safe to apprehend  that movement on GST may be seen only rather than tabling and passing of Goods & Services Tax (GST) Bill in Parliament.

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