GST Council meeting: pruning exemptions on sour milk, paneer, certain vegetables on cards

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Exemptions can also be withdrawn on certain services such as business class flights from NE airports and certain categories of hospital rooms.

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GST advice | GST | GST rate

The report outlined pruning exemptions on 15 items such as lassi, buttermilk, pappad, some food grains (oats, millet, bajra), jaggery and some vegetables, according to people familiar with the interim report.


The almighty GST Council is set to consider an interim report from a high-level ministerial panel on rate rationalization, suggesting rate hikes on a host of items such as leather goods, l printing ink and LED lamps at 18% and to remove the exemptions. given to mass products like curds, paneer, puffed rice, oats and millets.


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First published: Sunday, June 26, 2022. 9:33 p.m. IST

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