"Bihar would benefit from GST, Uttar Pradesh would benefit from GST. Barring one or two states, all states would have benefited from GST," he said.
The ‘carpet-bombing’ being done by BJP to salvage the situation just three days before the campaigning ends is likely to see Union ministers campaigning for the party.
Bhagwat visited Ujjain on Thursday to inaugurate an International Vichar Mahakumbh, while PM Modi will be there on Saturday to release a document on lectures about human welfare.
The ministers are going through the “nervous nineties” phase as they near the end of their Rajya Sabha term and amid indications that a Cabinet reshuffle is in the offing.
Moving the Appropriation Bill in the Lok Sabha, Jaitley said its passage will not have any bearing on the Vote of Confidence which will take place in the assembly tomorrow.
Congress may depute former defence minister AK Antony or even former prime minister Manmohan Singh to counter charges from the Treasury benches.
Most MPs feel their salaries and emoluments are meagre in comparison to the expenses they incur and there is a need to increase their pay.
According to the data, 26 of the first time MPs never asked a question, not even a supplementary, while six just posed one question in these two years.
Polls are due in 2017 but BJP maintain that now party may have to gear up for polls earlier in case numbers in assembly do not add up.
Congress has once again made it clear that it will not support the proposed legislation in its present form, sticking firmly to its demand for three changes.
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