GST is of national importance, not about which govt gets credit: PM Narendra Modi

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New Delhi | July 17, 2016 3:05 PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi says GST bill is of national importance and all parties should come together to bring it into effect during monsoon session of the Parliament.

PM Modi said, "Important bills including GST to be taken up in monsoon session. I hope for meaningful discussions and outcomes."PM Modi said, “Important bills including GST to be taken up in monsoon session. I hope for meaningful discussions and outcomes.”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the Goods and Services Tax bill is of national importance and all parties should come together to bring it into effect during the upcoming monsoon session of the Parliament.

“GST is of national importance, issue isn’t about which Govt gets credit,” ANI tweeted Modi as saying at the all party meet called by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar.

Modi said, “Important bills including GST to be taken up in monsoon session. I hope for meaningful discussions and outcomes.”

“All of us represent both the people and parties.Let us keep national interests above everything else,” he added.

Talking about the violence in Kashmir, Modi thanked all parties for “speaking in one voice.”I thank all political parties for speaking in one voice on Kashmir issue,” he said.

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