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State to decide next week on ratifying GST Bill

Published On : 06 Aug 2016


Bengaluru, DHNS: The state government will take a decision next week whether the state legislature should ratify the constitution amendment Bill on Goods and Services Tax (GST).

The Centre on Friday had expressed its keenness to the constitutional requirement, which requires that at least 15 state legislatures ratify the GST?legislation, be completed within one month.

The Karnataka legislature is not slated to meet till November/December this year for the winter session.The state Cabinet, which will meet on August 10, is also likely to discuss the issue.

Law Minister T?B?Jayachandra said, he will speak to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and KPCC president G?Parameshwara on Monday.

 







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