Jugal Kishore Sharma Member of Parliament Lok Sabha Jammu-Poonch raised his voice during discussion hour on GST in Parliament of India Lok Sabha New Delhi while actively initiating the discussion in the said that we will not only be strengthened in financial and fiscal terms by “One Nation, One Tax” policy but it will also help in true unification of the whole country. The reform has helped to ease the business community by resorting to single tax in place of multiple taxes. The tax has been extended to the State of Jammu & Kashmir by a legislature to benefit the people of the State along with the whole country. The residents of the border State of J&K are appreciating the role of State BJP, which they are terming as the win of the common masses. New GST has opened the ways to the development and economic stabilization of the State Finance. The State Cabinet has contributed to the National Cause by accepting the 101st Amendment wilfully the influx of money by the economic reform will benefit the common masses of the State. The actual number of the supporters of anti-national, separatists and the habitual stone-pelters is very less, who opposed the GST bill in the State, to slow down the integration into National mainstream. This historic bill will surely strengthen the State of J&K andhu
its finances, finishing its dependency on the Centre and self-standing in the long term. The MP has fully supported the cause of the GST bill.
Jugal Kishore sharma also met with sh. Suresh prabhakar prabhu honble minister for railways goi new delhi and submitted a letter for the quick implementation of the order of the construction of road from ‘Manwal Railway Station’ to “Sangar Railway Station”. He said that the road is the primary need and provide benefits as there is no adjoining road in 20 kms area which is posing a great difficulty in the working of Railway personnel as well as the common masses especially of Lohar, Kothar, Ponthal , Sagoon Pathwar Sangar and Chilla Varga. He requested the minister to address the issue promptly to mitigation the suffering of masses.