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Now playing garba is also expensive: 18 percent GST on Garba's entry ticket above Rs 500, there is a ruckus in the state

Now playing garba is also expensive: 18 percent GST on Garba's entry ticket above Rs 500, there is a ruckus in the state

This time in Gujarat, enjoying Garba is also going to be expensive. Because, from this year, 18% GST has also been imposed on Garba's entry. There is a lot of ruckus in the state about this. Opposition parties are also in the fray about this issue and are demanding to withdraw GST. At the same time, Gujarat Education Minister and Spokesperson Jeetu Vaghani says that all kinds of cultural programs including Garba have been taxed since 2017. This is equally applicable in all states.

The case caught Tuldarusar, recently, Garba organizer named 'United Way Baroda' shared information about the price and GST of entry pass on his website Of. According to this, the price of men for 9 days is Rs 4,838, with an entry fee of Rs 4100 and Rs 18 per cent i.e. Rs 738 GST. Women have Rs 1298 for entry, including Rs 1,100 and Rs 198 GST. In the bill, there has been a fierce battle regarding the charge of GST.

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organizers are looking for tricks, tickets 499, however, GST is applicable to the same ticket, which costs more than Rs 500. Due to this, Garba organizers are also trying to avoid GST payment by keeping daily tickets daily tickets. The reason for the ticket rate of 499 will not be effective. In this way, the audience carrying daily passes will not be attached to GST. It is effective on the full-term (seasonal pass) pass.

GST 5 to 12 % GST on Chania-Choli, 5 % to 12 percent GST is being imposed on Chania Choli. Chaniya-choli of less than 1,000 is 5 per cent and 12 per cent GST at a price above 1000. However, GST has been in force on Chania-Choli since the government has implemented GST.

On the target of the opposition, senior Congress leader Amit Chavda says that the BJP has government with the blessings of Hindus Made and now the government wants to earn money by taxing garba, which is related to the culture of Gujarat. The BJP wants to end the identity of Gujarat by taxing Garba. At the same time, 'AAP' state president Gopal Italia has written a letter to Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel demanding to withdraw GST. Earlier, the Congress and 'AAP' had protested in Vadodara, Surat and Valsad on Tuesday and Wednesday demanding the removal of GST.

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August 4th 2022, 1:53 pm
Amitesh Kumar
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