Constitution of Group of Ministers for Rate Rationalization and GST System Reforms: Office Memorandum

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Constitution of Group of Ministers for Rate Rationalization and GST System Reforms

Office Memorandum dated 24th September, 2021

The GST Council has decided in its 45th meeting that Group of Ministers (GoMs) would be formed for rates rationalization and GST system reforms separately. Accordingly, GoMs have been constituted and shall give recommendations to the Council.

The GoMs constituted for rationalization of rates shall submit their report in two months and suggest changes that shall be implemented immediately. However, the GoMs for GST system reforms will subsume the earlier GoMs on IT challenges and give recommendation from time to time and review the implementation of measures approved by Council.

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