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J&K becoming part of country's economic history: Drabu
Jaitley compliments J&K govt for outstanding arrangements
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, May 18: The meeting of the 14th GST Council began here today marking participation of union finance minister, Arun Jaitley, finance ministers of all the states, finance secretaries and other taxation officials from the states and union territories.

The meeting is being held under the chairmanship of union finance minister Arun Jaitley.

As soon as the meeting started, Jaitley informed the gathering about the sad demise of Union Environment Minister Anil Madhav Dave who passed away today at the age of 60 at his residence in the national capital.

The meeting observed two minutes silence in remembrance of Mr Dave.

Jaitley complimented the J&K finance minister Dr Haseeb A Drabu and the state government for making outstanding arrangements for the final leg of the GST Council before the law is rolled out on July 1 this year.

Dr Drabu said the historic meeting will make Jammu and Kashmir part of the economic history aimed at reordering the country's federal polity, "We are now part of the national policy making which will be recorded in the history," he said.

The union finance minister assured the J&K government that the Centre will extend all possible help in restructuring the GST implementation for Jammu and Kashmir while respecting the special status of the state.

The meeting will last for two days, beginning today during which the delegates will decide the tax bands for various commodities under the country's first, major indirect tax reform.


News Updated at : Saturday, May 20, 2017
 
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