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Modi ji is much better than nakli sardarji manmohan. He is bringing India forward with development. Improving security. Taking tougher stance against Pakistan and stop this pathetic "secular" Communal politics.

 

in UP look how BJP cleaned up even Muslims there voted for BJP because they want development n economic growth. Not just fake congressi communal sycophancy for muslim vote but just corruption

 

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Not problems in Modi, but I there are problems with bhakts on youtube etc. who create videos and articles with such ridiculous headings thinking that Modi is some centre of attraction, some huge rockstar for the world. Which is obviously not the case. 

 

I guess these bhakts are also paid by bjp only.

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7 minutes ago, randomGuy said:

Not problems in Modi, but I there are problems with bhakts on youtube etc. who create videos and articles with such ridiculous headings thinking that Modi is some centre of attraction, some huge rockstar for the world. Which is obviously not the case.

I guess these bhakts are also paid by bjp only.

You shouldn't talk about it. I know in 2014 elections, you were an adherent Kejri bhakt. So quit your flip flopping.  Another thing, many Modi supporters are openly-disappointed with him and have criticized him regularly. Yet, there is huge confidence in Modi that he will develop India well and thus, supporters will praise him well.

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3 minutes ago, someone said:

You shouldn't talk about it. I know in 2014 elections, you were an adherent Kejri bhakt. So quit your flip flopping.  Another thing, many Modi supporters are openly-disappointed with him and have criticized him regularly. Yet, there is huge confidence in Modi that he will develop India well and thus, supporters will praise him well.

some supporters are an embarrassment is what I am saying...go read some of the headings.

 

Being a bhakt is one thing, but are you a bhakt of bhakts of all kinds?

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4 hours ago, Tendu_10 said:

Modi ji is much better than nakli sardarji manmohan. He is bringing India forward with development. Improving security. Taking tougher stance against Pakistan and stop this pathetic "secular" Communal politics.

 

in UP look how BJP cleaned up even Muslims there voted for BJP because they want development n economic growth. Not just fake congressi communal sycophancy for muslim vote but just corruption

 

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What growth and development have you got. Swach bharat and krishi Pradhan cess growth

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29 minutes ago, someone said:

You shouldn't talk about it. I know in 2014 elections, you were an adherent Kejri bhakt. So quit your flip flopping.  Another thing, many Modi supporters are openly-disappointed with him and have criticized him regularly. Yet, there is huge confidence in Modi that he will develop India well and thus, supporters will praise him well.

I was a BJP supporter in 2014. I am a big critic now. Idiots are looting the country and taking us back. No jobs, stupid moves like demonetization, security has gone for a toss. So many attacks on air bases. China bullying India. Kashmir out of control. Additional taxes. Only big big statements like kadi ninda

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4 minutes ago, Haarkarjeetgaye said:

I was a BJP supporter in 2014. I am a big critic now. Idiots are looting the country and taking us back. No jobs, stupid moves like demonetization, security has gone for a toss. So many attacks on air bases. China bullying India. Kashmir out of control. Additional taxes. Only big big statements like kadi ninda

That's my point. Modi is evaluated on actual things like jobs, economy by his own supporters and even more so by his opposition. But the same can never be said any of opposition leaders today. Their supporters don't question them nor does the media. There is a 100 day report for UP, was there ever a 100 day report of Punjab, Bihar?

 

Now, what you wrote about Modi, is another debate but criticism is welcome.  Yet, unfortunately today opposition leaders are getting a free-ride and complete loyalty from their support base. They really should first ask their leaders what exactly is their vision of India? Being anti-Modi isn't the answer...

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Biggest democratic failures in Indian history:

 

1. Emergency by Indira Gandhi

2. 7% polling in Kashmir

http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/crucial-by-polls-underway-in-srinagar-delhi-and-7-other-states-10-points-1679074

2% turnout during repolling

http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/srinagar-by-election-only-2-02-voter-turnout-recorded-after-repolling-in-kashmir/story-3lCTvA4P1sYB4eXo4EeRjM.html

 

By deploying 20,000 security personnel, only 709 people came out to vote.

 

I doubt there is any example close to this.

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Appointing defence minister randomly on ad hoc basis when China is bullying India at borders. Height of incometence from the government failing to appoint a full time DM for a country of 1 billion population. Even capatains in gully cricket are not appointed on such ad hoc basis.

 

India needs a full-time defence minister as ministry cannot be run on ad hoc basis

 

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The decision to put Arun Jaitley in charge of South Block is quite understandable. Jaitley, with his legal and political acumen, is the best bet for Prime Minister Narendra Modi after Manohar Parrikar. But time has come for the government to spell out clearly whether Jaitley continues to have double barrel portfolios for time to come or appoint someone else in his place

http://www.hindustantimes.com/opinion/india-needs-a-full-time-defence-minister-as-ministry-cannot-be-run-on-ad-hoc-basis/story-WXQXaEKx2dO0wBhClRj8vI.html

 

And the interest of our defence minister lies in 

 

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Jaitley warns BCCI against stubborn stance

The prospect of the BCCI adopting the Lodha Committee recommendations is now stronger as Arun Jaitley, the Indian finance minister and an eminent lawyer, has asked the board to not confront Supreme Court, which approved the reforms last July.

http://www.espncricinfo.com/india/content/story/1108167.html

 

Can't believe BJP hasn't found a better replacement yet.

 

He is giving competition to Nehru wrt aggression from China.

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And one of the biggest scam in Indian history: Demonitisation

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Demonetisation complete failure? 97% of banned notes back in banks: Report

The Modi government has defended its move saying the benefits of demonetisation will create an impact on the country's economy in the long run.

 

http://indianexpress.com/article/business/banking-and-finance/demonetisation-complete-failure-97-of-banned-notes-back-in-banks-report/

 

Initially there was chest thumping by PM himself that how he has scared all black money hoarders. Now they have made a u-turrn and instead of telling of exact benefits they are claiming it to benefit in long term. It's high time that it accepts the failure and apologise to people for the loss and hardship.

 

This is as similar to what happened during Manmohan's term.

 

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Add economic slowdown to the list

 

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Indian economy: Latest GDP estimates show the worst is not over

Finally, we have the numbers we have been waiting for. The latest GDP estimates are out, showing how the Indian economy steadily decelerated through the past year — a slide that got only worse with demonetisation. For the full year ended March 31, economic growth slowed to 7.1% from 8% a year earlier, and slipped sharply to 6.1% in the January-March quarter — the slowest in 13 quarters. The numbers vindicate what critics of demonetisation had predicted. These also deflate the government’s claim that the economic pain from its November 8 decision to scrap high-value currency notes would be temporary, with limited impact. Yet, most policy makers continue to be in denial.

http://www.hindustantimes.com/columns/indian-economy-the-worst-is-not-over-yet/story-rYPeuzZCBepfQtmf7jJseK.html

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Amit Shah claims that lynching has gone down under BJP

More lynchings under earlier govts but no one questioned them: Amit Shah

http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/bjp-is-being-unfairly-blamed-for-lynchings-amit-shah/story-5XAOgMioeOIoPPO2wwE3TP.html

 

Is it true? Few days back I read reports that it has gone up. If yes, then is it a coincidence? 

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1 hour ago, Trichromatic said:

And one of the biggest scam in Indian history: Demonitisation

http://indianexpress.com/article/business/banking-and-finance/demonetisation-complete-failure-97-of-banned-notes-back-in-banks-report/

 

Initially there was chest thumping by PM himself that how he has scared all black money hoarders. Now they have made a u-turrn and instead of telling of exact benefits they are claiming it to benefit in long term. It's high time that it accepts the failure and apologise to people for the loss and hardship.

 

This is as similar to what happened during Manmohan's term.

 

black money wasnt the only purpose of demonetization. Our banking system was in dumps due to bad loans. Demonetization helped infusing a lot of money back in the banking system.

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37 minutes ago, Trichromatic said:

Amit Shah claims that lynching has gone down under BJP

More lynchings under earlier govts but no one questioned them: Amit Shah

http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/bjp-is-being-unfairly-blamed-for-lynchings-amit-shah/story-5XAOgMioeOIoPPO2wwE3TP.html

 

Is it true? Few days back I read reports that it has gone up. If yes, then is it a coincidence? 

there were more lynching in 2012 or 13 under UPA.

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Biggest democratic failures in Indian history:

 

1. Emergency by Indira Gandhi

2. 7% polling in Kashmir

http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/crucial-by-polls-underway-in-srinagar-delhi-and-7-other-states-10-points-1679074

2% turnout during repolling

http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/srinagar-by-election-only-2-02-voter-turnout-recorded-after-repolling-in-kashmir/story-3lCTvA4P1sYB4eXo4EeRjM.html

 

By deploying 20,000 security personnel, only 709 people came out to vote.

 

I doubt there is any example close to this.

 

Kashmir ki history pata hai?There have been numerous times when terrorists have scared the voters away.Btw regarding failure of democracy read 1987 kashmir elections.

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Appointing defence minister randomly on ad hoc basis when China is bullying India at borders. Height of incometence from the government failing to appoint a full time DM for a country of 1 billion population. Even capatains in gully cricket are not appointed on such ad hoc basis.

 

India needs a full-time defence minister as ministry cannot be run on ad hoc basis

 

The decision to put Arun Jaitley in charge of South Block is quite understandable. Jaitley, with his legal and political acumen, is the best bet for Prime Minister Narendra Modi after Manohar Parrikar. But time has come for the government to spell out clearly whether Jaitley continues to have double barrel portfolios for time to come or appoint someone else in his place

http://www.hindustantimes.com/opinion/india-needs-a-full-time-defence-minister-as-ministry-cannot-be-run-on-ad-hoc-basis/story-WXQXaEKx2dO0wBhClRj8vI.html

 

And the interest of our defence minister lies in 

 

Jaitley warns BCCI against stubborn stance

The prospect of the BCCI adopting the Lodha Committee recommendations is now stronger as Arun Jaitley, the Indian finance minister and an eminent lawyer, has asked the board to not confront Supreme Court, which approved the reforms last July.

http://www.espncricinfo.com/india/content/story/1108167.html

 

Can't believe BJP hasn't found a better replacement yet.

 

He is giving competition to Nehru wrt aggression from China.

 

What is your issue?Jaitley giving advise to BCCI or He holding 2 pirtfolios?

 

China has been giving a befitting response and thats why now their spokesperson are trying to play the victim card.

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And one of the biggest scam in Indian history: Demonitisation

Demonetisation complete failure? 97% of banned notes back in banks: Report

The Modi government has defended its move saying the benefits of demonetisation will create an impact on the country's economy in the long run.

 
http://indianexpress.com/article/business/banking-and-finance/demonetisation-complete-failure-97-of-banned-notes-back-in-banks-report/

 

Initially there was chest thumping by PM himself that how he has scared all black money hoarders. Now they have made a u-turrn and instead of telling of exact benefits they are claiming it to benefit in long term. It's high time that it accepts the failure and apologise to people for the loss and hardship.

 

This is as similar to what happened during Manmohan's term.

 

 

The govt hasnt even declared the exact quantum of money that was deposited.All this is shooting in the dark.

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Add economic slowdown to the list

 

Indian economy: Latest GDP estimates show the worst is not over

Finally, we have the numbers we have been waiting for. The latest GDP estimates are out, showing how the Indian economy steadily decelerated through the past year — a slide that got only worse with demonetisation. For the full year ended March 31, economic growth slowed to 7.1% from 8% a year earlier, and slipped sharply to 6.1% in the January-March quarter — the slowest in 13 quarters. The numbers vindicate what critics of demonetisation had predicted. These also deflate the government’s claim that the economic pain from its November 8 decision to scrap high-value currency notes would be temporary, with limited impact. Yet, most policy makers continue to be in denial.

http://www.hindustantimes.com/columns/indian-economy-the-worst-is-not-over-yet/story-rYPeuzZCBepfQtmf7jJseK.html

 

Was this not expected after DeMo?As everyone including World Bank and IMF explained this is temporary and the gdp growth hit 6.6% in last quarter and will hit 7 by the end of the year.

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2 hours ago, rkt.india said:

black money wasnt the only purpose of demonetization. Our banking system was in dumps due to bad loans. Demonetization helped infusing a lot of money back in the banking system.

Please don't make me laugh.

 

Demonetization had zilch impact on banking NPA.They have only gotten worse if anything due to demonetization lol

 

Because lot of MSME units crashed due to lack of cash during the demonetization period

 

 

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4 hours ago, Trichromatic said:

Only positive from this Govt so far has been GST. Irrespective which govt initiated it, it is a good move. There are concerns about rates, but I hope that will change in future. 

your GST would not be completely successful if not for Demonetisation . Talk to any trader or small/mid businessmen , they have nothing good to say about GST .I think you can figure why .

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1 hour ago, Malcolm Merlyn said:

http://www.hindustantimes.com/columns/indian-economy-the-worst-is-not-over-yet/story-rYPeuzZCBepfQtmf7jJseK.html

 

 

Was this not expected after DeMo?As everyone including World Bank and IMF explained this is temporary and the gdp growth hit 6.6% in last quarter and will hit 7 by the end of the year.

Some "economists" predicted even the economy shrinking .

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3 hours ago, rkt.india said:

black money wasnt the only purpose of demonetization. Our banking system was in dumps due to bad loans. Demonetization helped infusing a lot of money back in the banking system.

Another example of 'knowledge' from WhatsApp! There is a complete bankruptcy of knowledge and thought. If you don't know economics and how the banking system works, the least you can do is refrain from believing garbage being peddled out from RSS shakhas and the BJP social media cell.

 

As for the OP, Modi has screwed up every single facet of the country right from the economy, its institutions like RBI and army, to its society. There were problems before but Modi is leading India down a path of a totalitarian Hindutva state. His government is like Stalin's in economic policies with things like demonetization and the all pervasiveness of the state through instruments like Aadhaar and like Hitler's in social terms in the dehumanization and systemic targeting of minorities. To top it off it is the wet dream of crony capitalists who are looting the exchequer. 

 

However, the Hindu society has become radicalized to the extent that they are willing to go through any 'hardship' as long as the minorities and downtrodden are getting screwed. That is something which Modi achieved with aplomb in his Gujarat model and is doing so in India now. There is literally no shortage of people I've met who have told me that they voted for Modi continuously in Gujarat not because of any fairy tale development but because he was strong enough to show Muslims their place in '02 and kept them there by isolating them systemically in ghettos. The same is being done throughout India now and will continue in alignment with the RSS vision of making India a Hindu Rashtra. If, and most likely it appears true, Modi isn't stopped in '19 India can kiss goodbye to its constitution like Turkey just did to Erdogan. 

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1 hour ago, BeautifulGame said:

Please don't make me laugh.

 

Demonetization had zilch impact on banking NPA.They have only gotten worse if anything due to demonetization lol

 

Because lot of MSME units crashed due to lack of cash during the demonetization period

 

 

I agree it had not impact on NPA , infact if anything  it would have only got marginally worse .

 

MSMES units struggled cos they had opted to deal in cash and most of them unaccounted , the whole purpose of Demonetization was exactly that . 

According to some GDP has slowed down , business is down ..but tax collection is growing at 20% ? 

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4 minutes ago, The Outsider said:

Another example of 'knowledge' from WhatsApp! There is a complete bankruptcy of knowledge and thought. If you don't know economics and how the banking system works, the least you can do is refrain from believing garbage being peddled out from RSS shakhas and the BJP social media cell.

 

As for the OP, Modi has screwed up every single facet of the country right from the economy, its institutions like RBI and army, to its society. There were problems before but Modi is leading India down a path of a totalitarian Hindutva state. His government is like Stalin's in economic policies with things like demonetization and the all pervasiveness of the state through instruments like Aadhaar and like Hitler's in social terms in the dehumanization and systemic targeting of minorities. To top it off it is the wet dream of crony capitalists who are looting the exchequer. 

 

However, the Hindu society has become radicalized to the extent that they are willing to go through any 'hardship' as long as the minorities and downtrodden are getting screwed. That is something which Modi achieved with aplomb in his Gujarat model and is doing so in India now. There is literally no shortage of people I've met who have told me that they voted for Modi continuously in Gujarat not because of any fairy tale development but because he was strong enough to show Muslims their place in '02 and kept them there by isolating them systemically in ghettos. The same is being done throughout India now and will continue in alignment with the RSS vision of making India a Hindu Rashtra. If, and most likely it appears true, Modi isn't stopped in '19 India can kiss goodbye to its constitution like Turkey just did to Erdogan. 

sirji , I have seen more watsapp forwards claiming Demonetization was planned to bail out Banks . This was the theory floating around during Nov and Dec . So its not one way traffic , we see nonesense from both sides and I could share a few GST theories which have come come across lately , but then you may just agree with them cos its anti-BJP. 

 

 

 

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28 minutes ago, jusarrived said:

sirji , I have seen more watsapp forwards claiming Demonetization was planned to bail out Banks . This was the theory floating around during Nov and Dec . So its not one way traffic , we see nonesense from both sides and I could share a few GST theories which have come come across lately , but then you may just agree with them cos its anti-BJP. 

 

 

 

I don't even oppose GST (improvements can be made to it), but good attempt trying to second guess me. As a supporter of BJP, you should be asking Modi why he opposed GST while he was in opposition for several years. Oh yeah, it was because he wanted criminal proceedings to be dropped against a murderer and made lame excuses like there is no 24 hour power supply and internet connection in India. I am guessing India now has 24 hour power supply and internet all across the country. 

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I agree it had not impact on NPA , infact if anything  it would have only got marginally worse .

 

MSMES units struggled cos they had opted to deal in cash and most of them unaccounted , the whole purpose of Demonetization was exactly that . 

According to some GDP has slowed down , business is down ..but tax collection is growing at 20% ? 

This is another myth spread by Modi Govt

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/C4Q8mpskSbfEzmG8ZWBY9H/Can-we-measure-demonetisations-impact-on-income-tax-collect.html

 

There is no significant increase in income tax payers.Infact Modi's disclosure scheme bought tax revenue up.detailed study will tell you that the increase in number of tax payerd is just what it was previous year

 

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Yes, Modi is failure thats why

1. Moody's increased Indian rating within first year of his reign and I am sure they will increase it bonce again by next year.

2. Thats why India surpassed even China on FDI

3. There has been atleast 25% more Roads and overall infrastructure constructed by the same workforce prior to his era

4. Thats why for the first we are competing with China instead of Pakistan in allmost every sphere

5. Our armed forces are being modernised for first time in past 30 years.In next 10 years, India may have a defence industry.

7. State Revenue per year is increasing YoY.

 

 

I used to think his demonetasion move failed. But the way Shell companies are being exposed and closed Makes me feel that it may have done some good.

Fortunately unfortunately things like above dont make sensational headline, so it never gets seriously reported.

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45 minutes ago, Singh bling said:

This is another myth spread by Modi Govt

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/C4Q8mpskSbfEzmG8ZWBY9H/Can-we-measure-demonetisations-impact-on-income-tax-collect.html

 

There is no significant increase in income tax payers.Infact Modi's disclosure scheme bought tax revenue up.detailed study will tell you that the increase in number of tax payerd is just what it was previous year

 

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read the article again ITR filings has gone up from 40 to 52 million this year . it has more than doubled since BJP came into power , off course its all lies . 

 

Secondly the Tax collection is at 17.1 Lac crore in FY17 and this moron claims the jump of ~2.5 Lac crore is due to 30,000 cr gained from disclosure scheme ? How about read the article once in a while after your google serach ?

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1 hour ago, The Outsider said:

I don't even oppose GST (improvements can be made to it), but good attempt trying to second guess me. As a supporter of BJP, you should be asking Modi why he opposed GST while he was in opposition for several years. Oh yeah, it was because he wanted criminal proceedings to be dropped against a murderer and made lame excuses like there is no 24 hour power supply and internet connection in India. I am guessing India now has 24 hour power supply and internet all across the country. 

Modi was not against GST but was against GST brought by Congress and not just just Modi, several congress governed states were against that GST bill. 

 

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It is a fact that many states, including BJP ruled states had opposed the GST bill under UPA rule. But were only BJP states opposing GST? Lies. Even as late as December 2013, just 4 months before end of UPA’s 10 year rule, it was reported that the Congress-led ruling UDF government in Kerala has lent support to the Gujarat government’sapprehensions on GST. The Finance Minister of Kerala raised questions on numerous concepts under GST on which there was no consensus nor clarity. He was “openly critical of the Centre’s inability to give any “definite information” about the service tax currently received from each state or any projection about future revenues expected

In October 2013 also, a report in The Hindu quoted the Jammu and Kashmir Finance Minister (who also served as GST Empowered Committee Chairman) as saying this:

Most of the states…majority of the states have opposedbringing petroleum products and liquor in GST framework. They want to keep (the two items) out of GST,

Does the phrase “Most of the states” mean “only BJP states?”. Even when, at that point in time, Congress was ruling a considerable number of states, unlike now?

Again in July 2013 it was reported that 3 non-BJP states had opposed a provision in the GST Bill. Which were these 3 states? Non-BJP ruled Tamil Nadu. Non-BJP ruled Orissa. And Congress ruled Maharashtra! So if this GST bill was opposed only on political grounds, why did Congress’s own state Maharashtra oppose it then?

Even in May 2013, the then Chairman of the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers on GST Sushil Kumar Modi revealed that “Even Congress ruled states likeHaryana and Maharashtra are opposed to it (GST) fearing loss of revenue,”

So it is clear that even in the last one year of UPA, at least 5 Non-BJP states had voiced their opposition to the UPA’s GST bill, and out of these, 3 states were Congress ruled states. So why is Indian MSM crying hoarse that only BJP had opposed GST? Isn’t it clear that BJP and non-BJP states i.e. most states in India were opposed to UPA’s GST bill?

Now that we know which states were opposed to UPA’s GST bill, it is important to know the reasons for opposition. We had reported on this in December 2014 itself, but since MSM is repeating a lie a thousand times, we may have to repeat the truth at least a few times. Till the last discussion of GST under UPA in November 2013, the states had somemajor demands:

1. Keeping Petroleum out of GST ambit
2. Keeping Alcohol out of GST ambit
3. Keeping Entry Tax out of GST ambit
4. Some sort of guarantee from Centre for potential revenue loss

The rationale behind these demands is quite understandable. GST wipes out most state-level indirect taxes, thus taking out one the major source of revenues for states. It is like a parent tells a child to stop earning from today, and instead promises him a sum of pocket-money. To have at least some financial independence in their hands, States asked for items like petroleum and alcohol (which have huge sales) to be kept out of GST, and also a guarantee from the Centre to offset their losses.

As explained by Congress Spokesperson Priyanka Chaturvedi in her tweet,Chidambaram the then Finance Minister never considered the states demands. He even openly rejected the 1% additional levy (which was mooted as a compensation to producer states). This obstinate stand of the UPA was the reason why although it had 10 years, it could never build consensus on GST.

How did the new NDA Government achieve consensus in less than 10 months, when UPA couldnt do it in 10 years? They agreed to the demands of the states. Out of the above 4 demands, 3 were accepted, and a bonus benefit was passed on to the state:

1. Petroleum was kept out of GST
2. Alcohol was kept out of GST
3. A proposal was sent to law ministry to work out a “Constitutional Guarantee” to compensate states
4. And the Bonus: The power to states of levying additional 1% tax levy, for maximum 2 years, to help augment state revenues

This is why BJP states, which were opposing the old GST bill, along with non-BJP states, are now agreeing to the NDA’s GST bill, because their concerns have been addressed. But Indian MSM who have become Congress spokespersons are desperate to spread the lie that this is change in stand is only politicking.

 

http://www.opindia.com/2015/08/when-congress-states-opposed-gst-in-2013-and-why-bjp-states-are-now-ok-with-it/

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1 hour ago, The Outsider said:

I don't even oppose GST (improvements can be made to it), but good attempt trying to second guess me. As a supporter of BJP, you should be asking Modi why he opposed GST while he was in opposition for several years. Oh yeah, it was because he wanted criminal proceedings to be dropped against a murderer and made lame excuses like there is no 24 hour power supply and internet connection in India. I am guessing India now has 24 hour power supply and internet all across the country. 

What kind of logic is that? Previous government was fraught with corruption. It never had right intention even if the idea was right. For example Modi government also did reallocation of same coal block and recovered 3 lakh crores. Same is true with allmost every policies of inefficient scamgress government.

 

Failure will always be there. Its best shot, honesty and intentions that matter.

 

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1 hour ago, jusarrived said:

read the article again ITR filings has gone up from 40 to 52 million this year . it has more than doubled since BJP came into power , off course its all lies . 

 

Secondly the Tax collection is at 17.1 Lac crore in FY17 and this moron claims the jump of ~2.5 Lac crore is due to 30,000 cr gained from disclosure scheme ? How about read the article once in a while after your google serach ?

You need to look at the charts and data in the article again. Yes ITR filings went up from 40 to 52 million this year and have gone up from 30 to 52 million since BJP came to power, but in the four years prior to that they went up from 5 million to 30 million, a six times increase. There is a general upward trend year on year so how are you attributing this to demonetization? 

 

Annual increase in income tax collection in FY '17 is Rs. 400 Billion after removing the gains from the voluntary disclosure scheme. This number is roughly the same as the increase in FY '13 and FY '14. So how are you attributing this to demonetization? 

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12 hours ago, randomGuy said:

So were you, and still are, sort of.

Well done. Once an AAPtard, always an AAPtard. Opportunists and, U-turn experts like yourself have no shame. It's good Modi government understands as well and, in their core team, there aren't such persons as they cannot be trusted and have absolutely no backbone.

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13 minutes ago, The Outsider said:

You need to look at the charts and data in the article again. Yes ITR filings went up from 40 to 52 million this year and have gone up from 30 to 52 million since BJP came to power, but in the four years prior to that they went up from 5 million to 30 million, a six times increase. There is a general upward trend year on year so how are you attributing this to demonetization? 

 

Annual increase in income tax collection in FY '17 is Rs. 400 Billion after removing the gains from the voluntary disclosure scheme. This number is roughly the same as the increase in FY '13 and FY '14. So how are you attributing this to demonetization? 

its around 2011 that govt made it mandatory to file taxes , so though the count of people filing returns went up from 5-30 mn it does not mean only 5m payed taxes uptill 2010 , just that most of these people who where already paying taxes had to file returns . 

 

As for tax collections , why is FY13 or 14 a bench mark ? with the economy slowing down  and according to some of you demonetisation having seriously hit business , how did the collection go up compared to last year ? 

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3 hours ago, The Outsider said:

I don't even oppose GST (improvements can be made to it), but good attempt trying to second guess me. As a supporter of BJP, you should be asking Modi why he opposed GST while he was in opposition for several years. Oh yeah, it was because he wanted criminal proceedings to be dropped against a murderer and made lame excuses like there is no 24 hour power supply and internet connection in India. I am guessing India now has 24 hour power supply and internet all across the country. 

its all about timing isnt it ? IIRC he said GST was impossible to implement with the current infra and India was not ready for it, was he really wrong there ? Infact even now I dont think we are completely prepared .

 

Congress never had the intent or the capacity to pull this off . Also being in opposition its hardly a surprise BJP opposed it , they wanted to come to power and with Indians you have to play political games to an extent to come to power and he did play all his cards well and thats why hes in power . Forget Modi , its irrelevant what any politician has said 5 or 10 years back , its the actions when they are in power what matters . 

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18 minutes ago, jusarrived said:

its all about timing isnt it ? IIRC he said GST was impossible to implement with the current infra and India was not ready for it, was he really wrong there ? Infact even now I dont think we are completely prepared .

 

Congress never had the intent or the capacity to pull this off . Also being in opposition its hardly a surprise BJP opposed it , they wanted to come to power and with Indians you have to play political games to an extent to come to power and he did play all his cards well and thats why hes in power . Forget Modi , its irrelevant what any politician has said 5 or 10 years back , its the actions when they are in power what matters . 

It was not the only reason. Read the link i posted above. Even Congress governed states were opposing it.

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