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Rahul makes stand clear on GST Bill

By The Assam Tribune
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BENGALURU, Nov 25 - As the Modi Government went into top gear on the GST Bill on the eve of Parliament session, Rahul Gandhi today said the Congress strongly supports the legislation, but it should reach out to the Opposition and address three key issues raised by the party.

Spelling out the Congress� stand on key Bills, including GST, during an interaction with girl students at a prestigious college here, Gandhi also made a stinging attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, charging that it was �much worse� than a �suit-boot-ki-sarkar� with the economy in the doldrums.

�Do we want the GST. Are we ready to compromise on GST. Are we ready to talk on GST? Absolutely. Are we going to accept just being thrown aside, no. So we are not trying to stall Parliament. We want the GST that suits the country and benefits the country and we are ready to have that conversation without a problem,� Gandhi said. The Winter session of Parliament is scheduled to start tomorrow. � PTI

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Rahul makes stand clear on GST Bill

BENGALURU, Nov 25 - As the Modi Government went into top gear on the GST Bill on the eve of Parliament session, Rahul Gandhi today said the Congress strongly supports the legislation, but it should reach out to the Opposition and address three key issues raised by the party.

Spelling out the Congress� stand on key Bills, including GST, during an interaction with girl students at a prestigious college here, Gandhi also made a stinging attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, charging that it was �much worse� than a �suit-boot-ki-sarkar� with the economy in the doldrums.

�Do we want the GST. Are we ready to compromise on GST. Are we ready to talk on GST? Absolutely. Are we going to accept just being thrown aside, no. So we are not trying to stall Parliament. We want the GST that suits the country and benefits the country and we are ready to have that conversation without a problem,� Gandhi said. The Winter session of Parliament is scheduled to start tomorrow. � PTI

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