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GST reform is undergoing an evolution: Revenue Secretary Tarun Bajaj

GST reform is undergoing an evolution: Revenue Secretary Tarun Bajaj

July 06, 2022 12:00 IST | capital market
Mr Tarun Bajaj, Revenue Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Government of India made three key points, while speaking as the Chief Guest at CII Interactive Session with Ministry of Finance on GST - Five Year Journey of Tax Transformation and the Way Forward in Delhi. The GST reform is undergoing an evolution. The Government is looking forward to having lower rates on fewer products, with indirect taxes contributing 35-40% of the tax revenue. The Government as a first step is deliberating on inclusion of ATF and Gas under the GST net in the successive GST Council meetings. Technology can help to a great extent in centralised registrations, but coordination between states is required and can be made possible going forward. Speaking at the session, Mr Vivek Johri, Chairman, Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs, Ministry of Finance said, ?There have been very clearcut gains from implementation of GST like digitalization of the ecosystem, high degree of formalization of the economy, increased awareness about taxation and enhanced logistics efficiencies. Tax base has almost doubled from 65 lakh taxpayers at the start to almost 1 crore 38 lakh now?. ?GST, despite its ups and downs in the last 5 years, has helped create one single market. I compliment CBIC and GSTN for bringing us where we are today. The setting up of GST Appellate Tribunals, as has also been discussed in the GST Council meeting, should be expedited to further reduce the delay in filing of appeals. The continuous drive of the Government to implement reforms and bold interventions will create new opportunities for Indias growth?, said Mr Sanjiv Bajaj, President, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). Powered by Capital Market - Live News

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