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Finance Commission: to move in tandem with other states, Isaac

Finance Commission: to move in tandem with other states, Isaac

Thiruvananthapuram: Finance Minister Thomas Isaac said on Monday that the government would move in concert with other states against the Centre’s unilateral actions in the interim report of finance commission.

Efforts are on to hold discussion with finance ministers at Chandigarh and the government is considering to approach court against denying of GST compensation, he said in the Assembly.

 While finance commission sought topics for consideration, there aroused protests causing Commission to neglect controversial issues. Following this, PM announced that states that have efficiently implemented population control considering population in 2011 would get special consideration.

As result, deficit control fund has not been replenished. Alongside, the 2.57 percent grant has been cut to 1.9 percent based on the interim report, causing a big hole, he said.


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