GST cuts for 34 products – Good or Bad ?

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the GSTC decision to cut 34 GST tax in Delhi will be decided by the GST.

The single line of freight and service tax was brought into effect on 1 July. The GST tax rate has been fixed at 5%, 12%, 18% and 28%. The GST council is set up to decide on changes to GST line.

The 31st meeting of the GST council was held at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi today by Central Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. Minister Jayakumar on behalf of Tamilnadu participated in this meeting.

GST The meeting was also discussed at the simplification of the accounting and the returns to small and medium enterprises.

At this meeting, it was decided to cut the GST tax on 34 items. The GSD tax on 8 items would be reduced from 28% to 18% and GST on 26 products. The tax has been reduced from 12% to 5%. There is no GST tax cut for cement and auto mobiles. Arun Jaitley said they would have been avoided because the government would lose 33,000 thousand rupees if tax cuts were brought.

The GST line of TV and monitors, tire and lithium batteries Power Power of Lithium batteries has been reduced from 28% to 18%. The tax on goods utilized by the disadvantages have been reduced by 5%. GST is exempt from customers for the bank account.

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, “This tax cut will come into effect from January 1, 2019. The tax revenue will be affected by revenue of Rs 5,500 crore to the central government. The next meeting will be reviewed on the GST tax regulation regarding real estate, “he said.

Any benefit of this tax reduction will not occur to middle and poor people. Taxes have not been made for any materials affecting them. Everything is made only for trendy goods. brings in front of you the latest movie updates on General and other categories.

Preparation of EVM tracking, Election Commission will be able to see the machine’s location

Hemant Atri, New Delhi After the question of EVM’s Transportation Management during the elections of five states including Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, the EC has started work on its tracking plan. When the scheme comes into effect, the state’s chief electoral officer and the Election Commission will be able to see the location of any machine on their screen. The Commission has entrusted the responsibility of suggesting the tracking system to its internal technical group. It will submit the report to Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora in three weeks.

According to the sources, the technical group is working on two options. First- Whether the tracking system should be installed on every EVM used in the 2019 election. Second- There are GPS systems on the vehicles carrying these. Applying GPS systems on vehicles will be easy and less expensive.

Instructions will be issued in a month

About 90% of the new machines used in the general elections have been commissioned. In such a way, it is not practical to put the tracking system on the machines. Commission will issue necessary instructions in the next one month as soon as the recommendation of the Technical Group During the assembly elections of five states, the BJP leader’s visit to the EVM was received from the hotel, three days after the Reserve EVM voting, the disappearance of the machine by a woman officer was reported.