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Harbhajan Singh’s apathy towards GST gets overwhelming support

Hindustan Times, Mumbai | By
Sep 28, 2017 09:32 PM IST

Harbhajan Singh expresses his views on the recently implemented Goods and Services Tax (GST) that has led to an increase in restaurant bills

Indian cricket team spinner Harbhajan Singh gave Twitter users a glimpse of his lighter side, taking a dig at the Goods and Services Tax (GST) that was implemented by the central government in July.

Harbhajan Singh got pinched by the higher bill at a restaurant because of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).(Getty Images)
Harbhajan Singh got pinched by the higher bill at a restaurant because of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).(Getty Images)

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Implementation of the GST has led to higher taxes in certain sectors, and restaurant bills are really pinching patrons.

Habhajan Singh likes to express his sentiments, and the World Cup-winning bowler’s tweet took a dig at the taxes: “(Sic) While making payment of bill after dinner in restaurant, it feels like state govt & central govt both had a dinner with us...”

His tweet received an avalanche of response from fans.

Harbhajan Singh’s tweet received a lot of backing, that too with amusing responses and theories.

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