Yogi Adityanath: Inflation graph in the country is continuously going towards the sky. In such a situation, a relief news is coming out for the people of Uttar Pradesh. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has made a big announcement for the people of UP. Chief Minister Yogi has announced not to increase VAT on petrol and diesel in UP. This decision of the UP government is a big announcement for the people of UP.
VAT will not increase on petrol and diesel
Announcing in this regard, CM Yogi said that VAT on petrol and diesel will not be increased in UP. Also, no tax of any kind will be levied. Let us tell you that this decision was taken in the meeting held at CM Yogi’s residence on Friday. CM Yogi, in a meeting of revenue collection with state tax officials, said that the number of registered traders of the state should be increased from 26 lakh to 30 lakh to achieve the target of 1.50 lakh crore GST collection in the current financial year.
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CM Yogi gave instructions to the officers
Let us tell you that CM Yogi said in this meeting that keeping in mind the interest of the people of UP, there will be no increase on VAT in the coming future of the state. CM Yogi further said that the lowest prices of petrol and diesel are in UP. Along with this, while reviewing the revenue of different districts of UP, CM Yogi issued instructions to the officials.
Significantly, in the financial year 2017-2018, the revenue collection of UP was 58 thousand 700 crores, which has increased to Rs 1 lakh crore in the financial year 2021-2022. CM Yogi said that all the tax collected from the public would be used for the development works of the state. During this, many top officials including the Finance Minister of the state were also present.
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