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Now, AAAR rules ready-to-eat fryums papad to draw 18% GST

Now, AAAR rules ready-to-eat fryums papad to draw 18% GST

Deciding the goods and services tax rate on fryums papad could be a messy affair with the Appellate Authority for Advance Rulings (AAAR) of Gujarat now ruling that the ready-to-eat product would draw 18 per cent rate.

In that connection, it slightly modified the ruling of the state-based Authority for Advance Rulings (AAR). The AAR had also ordered that these products would draw 18 per cent GST but under a different classification.


Earlier in two different cases, Gujarat AAAR had ruled that fryums would be exempt from GST.

In the present case, Alisha Gruh Udyog, engaged in selling ready-to-eat fryums, had submitted in its petition that it is a settled legal case that fryums would not attract any GST.

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