GSt rate rejig is inappropriate

The imposition of 5% GST on items of common consumption like grains and curd that were so far exempted is regressive. Tax on packed grains below 75 kg will result in the increase of prices of grains sold in retail.Withdraw tax on necessities and increase tax on luxuries. more  

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Govt has lost total control. Survival for Middle Class is becoming difficult day by day. more  
Government should roll back the recently imposed taxes on essentials immediately. more  
This government is for the rich, by the rich and of the rich. So long the common man, we are finished. more  
Such unhealth decision simply will invite more disaster instead of any improvement in social life. Govt. is in a spree of revenue collection imposing tax on individual instead of planning it otherwise. This will surely scale down the consumption. Incompetent guys always rule with no deep thought. more  
Items of necessity, which are required for survival including medicine, should not be placed under the ambit of GST. Also strict check should be maintained on freebies and subsidies. In fact it should be extended only to the people who really deserve it and not as a rule. more  
Givtxakso needs to reduce its expenses - perks to politicians, remove political posts which are mo help for the country. more  
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