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Congress will replace 'Gabbar Singh Tax' with GST: Rahul Gandhi

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Congress will replace 'Gabbar Singh Tax' with GST: Rahul Gandhi

Congress will replace 'Gabbar Singh Tax' with GST: Rahul Gandhi

Congress President Rahul Gandhi targetted the GST scheme introduced by the BJP government and promised to replace the "Gabbar Singh Tax" with "real GST" when the party comes to power.

Speaking at a rally at Valsad, Gujarat, Rahul claimed that Congress will soon come to power all tackle the issues of farmers, Adivasis and small business owners.

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