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Imposing too much taxes on the people is social injustice, says Chief Justice

The Narendra Modi government is going to present the general budget some days later. Earlier, the Supreme Court Chief Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde questioned the tax burden on common citizens. At the same time, he emphasized the overall development of the country.

Imposing too much taxes on the people is social injustice, says Chief Justice
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On the occasion of the 78th inauguration day of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Chief Justice Bobde said on Friday that the burden of "exaggerating" on the citizens of the country was just as wrong as paying tax. And the government itself is responsible for this wrong.

Right now, the Indian economy is in dire straits. The recessionary push has set the country on financial growth. In the meantime, poisoning on the lap has become like inflation and the gradual depreciation of money in the international market. Retail inflation rose to 7.35 percent last December, the highest in the past five-and-a-half years and as a result, the common people of the country have suffered due to price increases. Specifically, the price rise of onions, including vegetables, has put ordinary people in danger. At such a time, the chief justice questioned the tax reduction.

The Narendra Modi government in the face of constant attacks by opponents of constant price rise. Unemployment and rising prices of essential commodities have created unbearable conditions in the country, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said. He said there was a 'financial emergency' in the country.

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Thor

Taxes should be proportional to the benefits provided by the constitution. You can't take same tax from everyone when same treatment is not given by the laws of the country. The general middle class is the most sidelined lot and should be fully exempt from any tax as they are given last preference in education, jobs, promotions etc.

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