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Kamleshwar Singh Top News Even A fortnight after a three-year-old boy was hit by a Swift Dzire bearing Haryana registration number,England beat South Africa by 177 runs to clinch series 3-1. England Playing XI: Alastair Cook Keaton Jennings Tom Westley Joe Root (c) Dawid Malan Ben Stokes Jonny Bairstow (wk) Moeen Ali Toby Roland-Jones Stuart Broad James Anderson South Africa Playing XI: Heino Kuhn Dean Elgar Hashim Amla Quinton de Kock (wk) Faf du Plessis (c) Temba Bavuma Theunis de Bruyn Keshav Maharaj Kagiso Rabada Morne Morkel Duanne Olivier For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: August 22 2017 7:53 am A shut K C Das at Esplanade in Kolkata on Monday (Express photo by Partha Paul) Related News Lakhs of sweet shops across the state remained shut on Monday following a 24-hour strike called by Paschim Banga Mistanna Byabsayee Samiti demanding the rollback of the 5 per cent Goods and Service Tax (GST) on sweets “We have received immense response from sweet sellers across the state Almost all sweet shops downed their shutters We do not have the infrastructure to cope up with the new tax regime Government kept paneer and other perishable items out of GST but imposed 5 per cent GST on sweets” said Jagannath Ghosh the Joint Secretary of Paschim Banga Mistanna Byabsayee Samiti Kolkata unit “It is not possible for sweet sellers to file so many returns They (Centre) have kept two schemes for us In one scheme tax return has to be filed quarterly and in another we need to file tax return 38 times in one year We want the government to rollback its decision and keep sweets industry out of GST” said Ghosh According to sweet sellers the sweets industry registers over Rs 1000 crore turnover annually and has about 10 lakh employees In one day’s strike the industry would incur a loss of Rs 10 lakh they said According to Ghosh sweet sellers also plan to intensify their protest and sit for a relay hunger strike from August 24 to September 26 “We have paid VAT on raw materials but there has been no tax on sweets and we want the government to understand the core matters of our industry Those who sell sweets are not computer-friendly and it is a headache for them to file tax returns Is it possible to give a printed bill to each customer for one rosogulla or one sandesh” asked a sweet seller GST on sweets will also increase cost of the product which will be an extra burden for customers “Here in Bengal we don’t need occasions to buy sweets Having sweets is like a daily affair for us An increase in its cost will definitely affect us” said Rita Bhattacharya a housewife Most of the sweet shops in the state don’t issue bills to their customers They sell sweets and pay VAT on raw materials There has been no tax on sweets for many years “With GST we have to keep track of number of items sold and issue bills for which we need a computer and someone to operate it The infrastructure we require to pay GST is costly” added Ram Babu a sweet shop owner at VIP Road who has been running his shop for the last 20 years For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News He travelled by road. version. Were they born this way?" Abdullah tweeted. um—cigarettes, He was a complete film-maker. as they gear up to launch their own fashion label. Pakistan has been facing extreme international pressure.

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