FBCCI applauded the government

Prime Minister understands the heart of 16 mn people: Dr. Kazi Ertaza Hassan

:: Staff Correspondent ::

FBCCI applaud the government for the suspension of VAT law and Excise duty of Bank deposits for next 2 years. At the same time, it has been demanded from the top organizations of the business, before the implementation of the VAT Act, it will be amended by the independent body. Besides, businessmen wanting effective and genuine partnership with NBR (National Board of Revenue) to collect revenue.  In order to enforce VAT law, a businessman is not ‘harassed’. The government has sought government incentives or tax returns in the garment sector thanks to the government for reducing the income tax rate in different products.

At the same time, the FBCCI has claimed that it has taken 10 years to implement the VAT law in India, stating that the implementation of the Act was suspended for two years and there was no pressure on the government to reduce excise duty on the bank deposits. In the written statement to the FBCCI conference room on Saturday noon, the organization’s president Shafiul Islam Mohiuddin presented the issues at the press conference. Later, he and BGME President Siddiqur Rahman responded to various questions of the press. Meanwhile, among others, Vice President Muntakim Ashraf and FBCCI director and Vorer Pata-People’s Time Editor and Publisher Dr. Kazi Ertaza Hasan was present. The press conference jointly organized by BCI, CCI, MCCI, DCCI, FBCCI, BGMEA, BKMEA, BTMA and BPMAA. FBCCI president Shafiul Islam Mohiuddin has started his speech remembering Gulshan attack and demanded deep condolences to the bereaved families of the victims. In his statement, “In order to further strengthen the continued growth in the ten years, the main proposals of the budget for the purpose of consolidating the existing business in the country are seriously appreciating and giving thanks to the government.

Dr. Kazi Ertaza Hassan’s response at Press conference: One of the organizers of the organization responded to the FBCCI press conference. Dr. Kazi Ertaza Hassan. He said, the businessmen had already voiced their VAT laws and excise duty. A news release, titled ‘Vater phade Sarkar’ – was published on June 6 in Bangladesh Paratidin. There was an obverse in my mind- The prime minister was misguided on the ‘VAT’. Foreign vestted has initiated this conspiracy to hamper the development activities of the country.

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