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PM Modi on GST reforms: Diwali has arrived early, don’t want business class to get caught in red-tapism
PM Narendra Modi expressed his happiness over the changes made by Finance Minsiter Arun Jaitley headed GST Council on Friday saying it has been welcomed all over the country as if Diwali has already come.
By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: October 7, 2017 7:31 Pm
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PM Modi said, “We do not want the country’s business class to get caught in red tapism, files, bureaucracy, I will never want this.”
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Hailing the sweeping changes made by the GST Council to give relief to small and medium businesses, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said his government does not want the country’s business class to get caught in red-tape. The Prime Minister also pointed out that ‘some very important Goods and Services Tax (GST) related decisions’ have been taken and said the government had earlier stated that it will study the new indirect tax regime for three months following its implementation and then fix the problems.
“We do not want the country’s business class to get caught in red tapism, files, bureaucracy, I will never want this,” Modi said while addressing a rally at Dwarka in poll-bound Gujarat. “(We had said)…Wherever there are problems in these three months, as in the areas of management, shortage of technology, problems related to rules, complaints regarding rates, trouble in practical experience of business class, we will address it.”
The prime minister expressed his happiness over the changes made by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday saying it has been welcomed all over the country as if Diwali has already come. “Today, I have seen newspapers from across the country. They carry headlines that Diwali has come 15 days earlier,” Modi said.

He also said, “You all must be busy preparing for Diwali, and in Gujarat, Diwali is celebrated with great enthusiasm, especially among businessmen.”

Praising Jaitley, Modi said that the Finance Minister convinced everyone at the meeting based on the information the government had. “When there is trust in the government and honesty is seen behind decisions, then the country joins in despite difficulties. I can experience this and I am thankful to the people of the country for the way they have welcomed our effort to make simple tax simpler,” he said.
The GST Council on Friday made sweeping changes to give relief to small and medium businesses on filing and payment of taxes, eased rules for exporters and cut tax rates on more than two dozen items. This comes three months after the roll-out of the new indirect tax regime.
Taking a dig at the Congress, Modi said, “When Madhavsinh Solankiji was (Gujarat) CM, I recall front page advertisements — ‘CM coming to Jamnagar to inaugurate a water tank’. This is how narrow their concept of development was.”
“We have come a long way since then and we are looking at more all-round and extensive progress,” Modi said.
The prime minister said his government was working towards port-led development and empowerment of fishermen.
Stating that the government wants port-led development, he said the blue economy would further help in India’s progress.
“The Government of India is taking steps towards the empowerment of fishermen. We do not want our fishermen to live in poverty, we want to create more opportunities for them,” he said.
“Kandla Port is seeing unprecedented growth. This is because we devoted resources to improve the port. New lease of life was added to Alang; steps were taken for the welfare of the labourers working there. These are the steps we are taking towards development”, Modi said.
He also stated that Marine Police Training Institute will come up in Devbhoomi Dwarka district.
“Marine policing is a sector we are looking at very closely. We are modernising marine security apparatus. An institute for this will be set up in Devbhoomi Dwarka. It will draw people and experts from all over India,” he said.
Earlier in the day, Modi laid the foundation stone of a four-lane cable-stayed bridge between Okha and Beyt Dwarka and said it was a link between the old and new Dwarka.
The 2.32 km bridge, including 900 metres of central double span cable-stayed portion, will be constructed at a cost of Rs 962.43 crore.
“There were lots of possibilities of development in the tourism sector here, but earlier the UPA government had an indifferent attitude towards Gujarat because of the BJP government in the state… I clearly remember,” Modi said, referring to his days as Gujarat chief minister.
He also offered prayers at the famous Dwarkadhish temple here.
Last month, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi had also started his Gujarat political campaign by visiting the Dwarkadhish temple.
During his three-day campaign tour across Saurashtra region of the state, Gandhi had visited four other famous temples. The Assembly polls are due in the state later this year.


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