With the #TrystWithGST hashtag, people shared their first GST bill on social media
With the introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) on Saturday ie July 1, people shared their first bill of the new tax system on social media. Users started sharing their first experience with GST on social media, most of them were from hotels in india.
With the #TrystWithGST’s hashtag, people are posting their first bill of GST to share their experiences and are expressing their resentment towards the GST.
Let us tell you that, some people posted bills for three days on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and through it showed the effect on their pocket (income). GST Council has started a hashtag named after #TrystWithGST, on which people can post a GST photo of their first slip to share their experiences.
In one bill, it was shown that the cost of south Indian food has increased due to GST And a family shared their dinner bill in a restaurant on Whatsapp. They had to pay GST for Rs 1,577 (Rs 9 per cent GST of state and 9 per cent Central GST) to GST.
Along with holes and food bills, some bills of grocery stores were also shared on social media, in which five percent state GST and five percent central GST tax has been imposed on total procurement, let the people know that GST is now the government As far as the worst law is concerned, which will be the most troubled common man.