PM Narendra Modi Urges Legislators To Keep ‘Benefit Chain’ Of GST Going
“The GST has been accepted and widely supported throughout the country, small traders must also register with the new tax law,” said a commissioned official. “We must ensure that the benefits of the GST chain are processed, Modi.
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has met today BJP parliamentarians from several states, including Haryana, Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir, and stressed the need to ensure continuity of the benefits of the “chain” under the property tax And services.
The PM also asked small businesses and businesses to register as part of the recently deployed GST, as members have argued that there was a great deal of excitement among the small commercial about the new law.
“The GST has been accepted and widely supported throughout the country, and small traders are also required to register with the new tax law,” he said.
In addition to Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi and Haryana, members of Punjab, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, as well as their Chandigarh party were present at the meeting with the prime minister.
PM Modi asked them to ensure that seniors get the maximum benefits under various social assistance schemes, including a new pension plan, ‘Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vojana Yojana (PMVVY)’ under which they will get 8% interest for their Deposits.
The prime minister also spoke about the development of mountain regions, noting that the government had introduced several new projects that had led to qualitative changes in people’s lives.
As a result, huge opportunities for employment and tourism were opened up in hill states, he added.
Following the closure of the public distribution system (PDS) in Chandigarh and Puducherry, PM Modi said that the money is transferred directly to the accounts of the beneficiaries. This model, he added, could be adopted in other states as well.
It was the sixth meeting of PM Modi with BJP parliamentarians at his residence in the monsoon session of Parliament. These meetings are coordinated by the Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Ananth Kumar.