Investigation: If the farm is divided or given on contract, then 18% GST will have to be paid?

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The cutting of this newspaper, which has gone viral on WhatsApp, has claimed that the government has accepted the business of handing over or contracting the farm and it has been included in the GST slab of 18 percent.

Farmer movement is going on in many places including Delhi. At the same time, the government is preparing to present the budget on 1 February. Meanwhile, a cutting of newspaper related to farmers and budget is going viral on social media. In the viral cutting, it is being claimed that “If the field is given on share, then GST will be 18 per cent.”

The cutting of this newspaper, which has gone viral on WhatsApp, has claimed that the government has accepted the business of handing over or contracting the farm and it has been included in the GST slab of 18 percent.

The cutting of this newspaper is going viral on WhatsApp Many users like Facebook page executive Mahoba have shared viral cutting – 18 per cent GST if farm is distributed Posted by Executive Mahoba on this day Saturday, 26 December 2020 (Archive link) Apart from this, the same claim is being made on Twitter.

Our partner website, The Lallantop, investigated the viral claim. In our investigation, the claim of imposing 18 percent GST on the land allotted or contracted by showing newspaper cuttings turned out to be misleading. The central government has not taken any such decision. And on this information going viral, the Finance Ministry gave an explanation in 2018.

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