Indian Government Launches GST ( Goods and Service Tax )

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New Delhi : Taday at 12:00 Am 1st of July India marks a history of eliminating the State Service Tax & Value Added Tax where there was lot of manipulation happening in the country due to lack strong policy guidelines . The New GST introduced in the country that is Goods & Service Tax brings uniformity in tax in all the states of our country .

The government of India headed by Mr.Narendra Modi has taken a strong initiative by being firm in launching the GST in india and has finally launched it for the betterment of the country. I have no doubt that GST will impact for a while for the business mens who were evading from paying service tax & Vat but over all according to me we the citizens should take the burden temporarily and help India grow. In the long run GST is going to bring down the cost of goods and services in india but first we need to support the government so that not even a single business entity is escaping from paying the requisite taxes to the government .

The launch of Goods and Service Tax (GST) was in the central hall of the parliament, Prime Minister addressed the public through live telecast . This event of GST Launch is an History in India and going to be remembered in the history and commerce books henceforth . A big sulute to the prime minister of India.

One India, One Tax is now here . Lets hope for One India , All Religions are One on India . 14yrs of Journey has finally ended and a new Journey of GST has Begun .

Goods and Services Tax (GST) has rolled out today at midnight. It is going to impact every Indian as prices of a large number of goods and services are going to change. The GST Council has fixed the tax rates for 1,211 items, keeping a majority of these in the 18% slab.

Below is a comprehensive list of the goods and services which will become cheaper from Today the July 1 when GST comes into force:

Eatables

1. Milk powder
2. Curd
3. Butte ..

4. Unbranded natural honey
5. Dairy spreads
6. Cheese
7. Spices

8. Tea
9. Wheat
10. Rice
11. Flour
12. Spices
13. Groundnut oil
14. Palm oil
15. Sunflower oil
16. Coconut oil
17. Mustard oil
18. Sugar
19. Jaggery
20. Sugar confectionery
21. Pasta
22. Spaghetti
23. Macaroni
24. Noodles
25. Fruit and vegetables
26. Pickle
27. Murabba
28. Chutney
29. Sweetmeats
30. Ketchup
31. Sauces
32. Toppings ..
Items of daily use
1. Bathing soap
2. Hair oil
3. Detergent powder
4. Soap
5. Tissue papers
6. Napkins
7. Matchsticks
8. Candles
9. Coal
10. Kerosene
11. LPG domestic
12. Spoons
13. Forks
14. Ladles
15. Skimmers
16. Cake servers
17. Fish knives
18. Tongs
19. Agarbatti
20. Toothpaste
21. Tooth powder
22. Hair oil
23. Kaja ..

5. Medicines for diabetes, cancer

Apparels
1. Silk
2. Woollen fabrics
3. Khadi yarn
4. Gandhi topi
5. Footwear below Rs 500
6. Apparel up to Rs 1,000

Others
1. Diesel engines of power not exceeding 15HP
2. Tractor rear tyres and tubes
3. Weighing machinery
4. Static converters (UPS)
5. Electric transformers
6. Winding wires
7. Helmet  .. 24. LPG stove
25. Plastic tarpaulin

Stationery
1. Notebooks
2. Pens
3. All types of paper
4. Graph paper
5. School bag
6. Exercise books
7. Picture, drawing and colouring books
8. Parchment paper
9. Carbon paper
10. Printers

Healthcare
1. Insulin
2. X-ray films for medical use
3. Diagnostic kits
4. Glasses for corrective

5. Medicines for diabetes, cancer

Apparels

1. Silk
2. Woollen fabrics
3. Khadi yarn
4. Gandhi topi
5. Footwear below Rs 500
6. Apparel up to Rs 1,000
Others
1. Diesel engines of power not exceeding 15HP
2. Tractor rear tyres and tubes
3. Weighing machinery
4. Static converters (UPS)
5. Electric transformers
6. Winding wires
7. Helmet

8. Crackers and explosives
9. Lubricants
10. Bikes
11. Movie tickets less than Rs 100
12. Kites
13. Luxury cars
14. Motorcycles
15. Scooters
16. Economy-class air tickets
17. Hotels with tariff below Rs 7,500
18. Cement
19. Fly ash bricks and blocks

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