Hope to see breakthrough in GST: PM Modi ahead of second leg of Budget Session

He also added that with regards to GST, all states and parties have shown a "positive approach" and that the process sees completion in this session.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 9, 2017 1:03 pm
Budget session, GST Bill, Finance Bill, Budget session second part, parliament, Lok Sabha, Union Budget, India news, latest news, indian express Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing media outside the Parliament. (Source: ANI)

Ahead of the second leg of the Budget Session on Thursday, Prime Minister has said that he hopes that discussions in the House are allowed and that there is a breakthrough in the GST legislation.

“Mujhe vishwaas hai charcha ka starr upar jaayga, humari asha hai GST mein breakthrough ho (I believe that the standard of discussion will be raised and that there is a breakthrough in the GST legislation),” the Prime Minister said addressing media outside the Parliament.

He also added that with regards to GST, all states and parties have shown a “positive approach” and that the process sees completion in this session.

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Following a month-long break, the Budget Session is set to resume on Thursday and several legislations including that of GST are expected to pass. The Finance Bill is also among the bills expected to see passage.

On the other hand, opposition Congress are expected to raise the issue of the racial killings of Indians in the US.

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    Framak
    Mar 9, 2017 at 7:17 am
    Where with the GST money go? will there be better roads, educational insitutions and hospitals? Just spent 2 weeks in Southern India, now returning to Europa via Singapore. So much talk of Swatch Bharat? in India yet putrid conditions exist with no Civic sense displa by people, yet in SIngapore the Indians follow the rules here and the place is so clean even in Little India. It shows that Indians dont care about their back yard.
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    Mahender Goriganti
    Mar 9, 2017 at 8:15 am
    Apposition morns should start acting like adults and deal with real issues not just talk about thing nonsense in US about witch they are anyone else can do much including us admin.
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    Champakbhai
    Mar 9, 2017 at 7:41 am
    I live in U S and also at some risk due to current geopolitical situation in U S A, When person decides to immigrate to other nations around the world Indian government cannot do much to protect/defend them which is only natural, and it same other way around for citizens of other countries visiting or migrating to India. My fellow citizens who migrated from India please work on more into becoming valuable to cause of America our adopted nation rather than crying about being victim as immigrant. Do not other community than Indians have struggle of their own? To expect Indian government in protecting can be counterproductive as American see Indians see American legal system against them which is not entirely true. Bad things do happen to people for any reason , the best way to attempt to minimize is try not to make that communal or race based but as struggle among people.
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