The centre has on Sunday indicated that 21 states and union territories had opted for the first option, entailing a borrowing of Rs 97,000 crore, and that states not choosing any of the two offers will not recieve any compensation till June 22.
Incidentally, Congress-ruled Puducherry has opted for the first option.This means that number (21 states) was adequate to pass any resolution in the GST Council if it is put to vote. States say the centre cannot force its decision on states that have rejected the borrowing options.
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2 Comments on this Story
Devidas38 days ago
How about Art 37 and 39|(b)?
Somashekar Shekar38 days ago
Has bjp ever been true and honest. these people even during the independence movement were not true to India.