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Kerala FM Thomas Isaac says some states are likely to approach Supreme Court about GST compensation

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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman while addressing the press after the GST Council meeting insisted that there were differences within the GST Council , but they cannot be termed as a dispute

Some states are likely to approach the Supreme Court on the Goods and Services Tax (GST) compensation issue, Kerala finance minister Thomas Isaac said in a tweet on October 15.

“Some of the States are likely to approach SC against discriminatory and illegal action of Centre regarding GST Compensation. Kerala CM to chair a meeting of law, tax and finance departments and advocate general to take final decision on Kerala’s stance tomorrow afternoon,” Isaac said.

 

Moneycontrol had earlier reported that the opposing states in the GST Council meeting on October 12 wanted to push for forming a Group of Ministers (GoM) to resolve the borrowing deadlock, as there was no consensus on the issue.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman while addressing the press after the Council meeting insisted that there were differences within the GST Council on the borrowing issue, but they cannot be termed as a dispute.

The Centre’s insistence to not term the borrowing issue as a dispute was primarily based on concerns that states might then use it push for a dispute resolution mechanism.

 

 

 

 

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