Rajdeep Sardesai, the person who made his career by spreading Hate against Narendra Modi, connecting each and everything in the world with “2002” and Gujarat. He has been bashed my Narendra Modi himself, for repeatedly targeting him without any substantial reasons.
The GST (Goods and Services Tax) Council decided to reduce the tax rate on 178 of the current 228 items from 28% to 18%, with effect from November 15. Items with tax rates reduced to nil from 5% include guar meal, sweet potatoes, and dried or frozen fish.
“All restaurants will be taxed at 5%, except those in hotels with a tariff of ₹7,500 or more, which will be taxed at 18% with input tax credit (ITC). Outdoor catering will be taxed at 18% with ITC,” Mr. Jaitley said. (Source: The Hindu)
Rajdeep Sardesai some how connected this decision with upcoming Gujarat elections. From his tweet it seems he wanted to convey that Government had made changed to the items in GST slabs so as to target the Gujarat elections.
GST rates slashed from 18 to 5 per cent on restaurants! Don't forget, my Gujarati friends love eating out!😄👍
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) November 10, 2017
Tweeteriets could not spare him for his illogical comparison and trolled him.
Only Gujrati eat out ????? Punjabi or Marathi or gaon don't what a terrible knowledge
— Luckystar1 (@Luckyst89563699) November 10, 2017
He still can't believe d fact that Modi became pm inspite of him doing all those false/negative propaganda
— abhi (@abhiksmech) November 10, 2017
Good one. Your next book can be titled ‘How to connect anything to Modi’s Gujrat’
— Escape Velocity (@FilmOpensOn) November 10, 2017
दिल्ली वाले तो बाहर का खाना सूंघते भी नहीं😃😃😃😃😃#चुनावकाचूतियापा
— प्रशान्त गौतम (@grd_prashant) November 10, 2017
खाने खिलाने में कांग्रेस और उसके पालतू कुत्तो को ज्यादा मजा आता है😛
— Kim Jong Un (@IndianKimJongUn) November 10, 2017
Before you imply this is an election gambit, Don't forget, The GST council which slashed the rate has 33 members, of which 31 are NOT from Gujarat. So, spare us the bullshit.
— Yossarian (@vsuda) November 10, 2017
I thought you are literate and an active journalist who knew the full form of GST is NOT “Gujarat State Tax”. #RIPJournalism
— Priyanshu Saxena (@PriyanshuS09) November 10, 2017
Note- restaurants Kewal Gujarat me hi hain ,,
Aur Gujarat me 2002 ke baad koi saal hi nhi change hua ,,
— Manish Pandey (@iammanishpandey) November 11, 2017
I appriciate ur art of adding tinch of ur fart in every tweet,via this tweet ur suggesting that changed made due to gujarat election right ? so hopeless u r
— vivek watwe (@vivekwatwe) November 11, 2017
Hopefully Rajdeep Sardesai reads these tweets and carries out unbiased Journalism.