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Centre not obliged to pay for shortfall in GST compensation fund: AG

The Attorney General in his view said there is no obligation on the central government to pay the GST compensation shortfall

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Goods and Services Tax | Attorney General | Consolidated Fund of India

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 



Centre not obligated to pay for shortfall in GST compensation fund: AG
AG K K Venugopal also said the GST Council has to decide on making good the shortfall in the compensation fund by providing the sufficient amount to be credited to it

The has opined that there is no obligation on the central government to pay the GST compensation shortfall to states and the GST Council has to decide on ways to make good any shortfall, sources said.

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First Published: Thu, July 30 2020. 15:53 IST

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