Parota GST 18% #HandsOffPorotta Trending on Twitter Meme, Photos, Paratha & Roti 18% Goods and Services Tax in Karnataka

By | June 13, 2020

Parota GST 18% #HandsOffPorotta Trending on Twitter Meme, Photos, Paratha & Roti 18% Goods and Services Tax in Karnataka:

Parota GST 18%Paratha and roti are making a splash on the Internet. Actually, 18 percent GST has been imposed on paratha, while the rate of tax on bread is 5 percent. It all started with a decision of the Karnataka Bench Authority. In the judgment, the authority had said to impose a higher GST than bread on paratha.

Now the Paratha will also be
imposed on GST GST. The Karnataka-based Authority of Advance Ruling (AAR) has issued an order to increase the slab of GST on Paratha. Generally we consider paratha as a type of bread. While roti is taxed at 5 per cent, the paratha has been ordered to be placed in 18 per cent slab.

#HandsOffPorotta Trending on Twitter

18% GST for porotta and 5% for roti, says Authority for Advance Rulings. Porottas need to be heated and that gives the impetus to the decision. Wait till they hear about ready-to-eat dosa.

5% on roti, 18% GST on paratha, social media enjoyed

A lot of fun is being enjoyed in social media regarding a GST order in Karnataka. This order states that there is a difference between roti and paratha, hence only 5 per cent Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be imposed on roti, but on paratha it will be at the rate of 18 per cent.

After this news comes, people are enjoying the fun on social media. Noted industrialist Anand Mahindra also tweeted on this by tweeting. It is important to note that generally people do not consider bread and paratha in food and drink separately, but in the world of Goods and Services Tax (GST), both are not same.

Anand Mahindra took a pinch on social media,
veteran industrialist and Mahindra & Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra took a dig at this new rule and said that there is a lot of trouble going on in the country right now. In this situation, there is a crisis on the existence of parathas too I am sure that the Indian jugaad skills will create a new breed of ‘parotis’ (paratha + roti) which will challenge any classification.

The verdict was given on a petition by Bangalore-based company ID Fresh Foods. The company deals in the manufacture and supply of ready-to-eat goods. In the petition, the company had requested for 5 percent GST on wheat paratha and Malabar paratha. Arguing the imposition of a higher tax on the paratha, the order said, “Paratha is ready to eat food that is easily eaten. But it needs to be warmed before eating. Therefore, the paratha should not be classified as Chapter 1905. can.”

Paratha and roti are making a splash on the Internet. Actually, 18 percent GST has been imposed on paratha, while the rate of tax on bread is 5 percent. It all started with a decision of the Karnataka Bench Authority. In the judgment, the authority had said to impose a higher GST than bread on paratha.

Now the Paratha will also be
imposed on GST GST. The Karnataka-based Authority of Advance Ruling (AAR) has issued an order to increase the slab of GST on Paratha. Generally we consider paratha as a type of bread. While roti is taxed at 5 per cent, the paratha has been ordered to be placed in 18 per cent slab.

#HandsOffPorotta Trending on Twitter

18% GST for porotta and 5% for roti, says Authority for Advance Rulings. Porottas need to be heated and that gives the impetus to the decision. Wait till they hear about ready-to-eat dosa.

5% on roti, 18% GST on paratha, social media enjoyed

A lot of fun is being enjoyed in social media regarding a GST order in Karnataka. This order states that there is a difference between roti and paratha, hence only 5 per cent Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be imposed on roti, but on paratha it will be at the rate of 18 per cent.

After this news comes, people are enjoying the fun on social media. Noted industrialist Anand Mahindra also tweeted on this by tweeting. It is important to note that generally people do not consider bread and paratha in food and drink separately, but in the world of Goods and Services Tax (GST), both are not same.

Anand Mahindra took a pinch on social media,
veteran industrialist and Mahindra & Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra took a dig at this new rule and said that there is a lot of trouble going on in the country right now. In this situation, there is a crisis on the existence of parathas too I am sure that the Indian jugaad skills will create a new breed of ‘parotis’ (paratha + roti) which will challenge any classification.

The verdict was given on a petition by Bangalore-based company ID Fresh Foods. The company deals in the manufacture and supply of ready-to-eat goods. In the petition, the company had requested for 5 percent GST on wheat paratha and Malabar paratha. Arguing the imposition of a higher tax on the paratha, the order said, “Paratha is ready to eat food that is easily eaten. But it needs to be warmed before eating. Therefore, the paratha should not be classified as Chapter 1905. can.”

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