Govt shouldnt listen to Parle

After britannia now parle is almost threatening that they will lay off people if govt doesn’t provide stimulus and reduce gst.

This is ridiculous. You make high sugar and salt foods. To discourage over consumption govt discourages usage through hfss or whatever tax and then you take the layoffs threat to make your case.

Only point important (if truth by parle) is that something must be done for the economy but nothing for the biscuit industry. more  

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Both are not facng any problems. Simply barking to loot India , let them bark. Close teh facory and go somewhere else. We will find some other alternatives. India is not slaves to goons like you. more  
Interesting conflict between health advocates who don't want us to consume carbs and the producers of carb products. No need to look for a winner here......right? more  
Mr Bharat Lal is threatening the Government for reducing the GST. This is not a welcome sign. Try and reduce your cost if you want the consumer to keep buying by not reducing the quality. If every one do like this from where the Government will get the Tax when only 3% people will only pay tax others enjoy including the Politicians. more  
Mr.Lal, Parle's Chauhans are highly respected people, making biscuits since independence. Pls dont run them down by saying they make high salt/sugar biscuits. They have a range. Do you expect them to make Bhakari / Khichdi and sell ?
Their Parle Gluco is world's largest selling, not for nothing. Parle should be awarded Bharat Ratna ( and Amul too ) and not dancers and actors. At 100 Rs/kg, they are giving well packaged good ready to eat food. In Mumbai we love Biscuits. And Pav-Muska.
Govt must listen to Parle's, they are Indian. more  
Health and environment should be the first priority of govt. more  
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