Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Saturday claimed that the value of petrol in Rajasthan was the best within the nation as a result of taxes imposed by the Congress authorities within the state, including that the Rajasthan authorities had collected a tax of Rs 35,975 crore on petrol and diesel.
“Within the final two years, the Rajasthan authorities has collected Rs 35,975 crore tax on petrol and diesel until November 2021-22 and 2022-23. Rajasthan alone has collected Rs 2,000 crore greater than 18 different states and union territories,” Puri mentioned.
The minister mentioned that when tax assortment in Rajasthan is in contrast with that of 18 states and union territories, it is rather excessive.
The tax assortment of those 18 states and union territories, together with Delhi, Uttarakhand, Nagaland, Lakshadweep, Manipur, Ladakh, Daman, Diu and Jammu and Kashmir, stands at Rs 32,597 crore, Puri mentioned, in keeping with the assertion.
At this time, the typical worth of petrol throughout the nation is Rs 96.72 per litre, however in Ganganagar in Rajasthan it’s Rs 113.34 per litre, Puri mentioned within the survey’s goal state of Rajasthan.
Concentrating on Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot over his assertion that the Central authorities is imposing extra taxes on petrol and diesel, Puri mentioned the Prime Minister ought to look into his personal affairs.
Rajasthan is scheduled to bear Legislative Meeting elections on November 25, whereas the counting of votes, together with 4 different states sure for elections, will happen on December 3.
Within the 2018 Meeting elections, the Congress received 99 seats, whereas the BJP received 73 seats within the 200-member Home. Gehlot ultimately took oath as CM with the assist of BSP MLAs and impartial legislators.
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(Tags for translation) Rajasthan authorities collected tax of Rs 35 (ton) 975 crore on petrol (ton) diesel: Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri