Congress ‘an equal partner’ in GST decision: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday called the Congress “an equal partner” in decisions about the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

“I want to tell my friends that Congress is an equal partner in GST decisions. They should not spread lies on GST,” he said in an address to BJP workers at his ‘Gujarat Gaurav Mahasammelan’ in the state capital, Gandhinagar.

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The PM assured the people that his government was “actively striving to remove any issues with the GST.”

“The government is actively striving to remove any issues that GST may have. Thousands of new businessmen are registering for it,” the PM said.

In his speech, PM Modi also took a dig at the Congress, calling the Gujarat elections a fight between ‘development and dynasty,’ adding that development politics will triumph over family rule.

“This election is between development and dynasty. Development will win, and dynasty will lose,” he said.

The Opposition has been unwavering in its criticim of the new tax regime.

The Congress had a few days ago alleged that the GST had “failed” and left “the economy in misery.”

“GST has failed due to structural irregularities, leaving the economy in misery & Modi & Co trying to save face,” the party had tweeted.

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