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Traders and some others protest against GST in Jaipur


As we all know GST implementation from the 1st of July, is the most trending topic amongst all in India at the moment.While some believe it to be a good step that will contribute in the growth of Indian economy, others are't happy this change in taxation. And what do you do when you are not happy with the government's take on something? You try to get your words heard and seek a change or amendments. Isn't it?

That's exactly what we got to see not only in Jaipur but all over Rajasthan. The above image that you see showcases closed markets in the walled city area of Jaipur. Traders kept their shops closed in protest against GST, ahead of its launch.

Agitating officers of Rajasthan commercial tax department went on a 5 day leave from Wednesday and they demanded re-designation of assistant commissioners with PB-3 grade pay of Rs.5400 in the new GST regime.

 


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