GST explained in bills: Why Indians are tweeting their receipts and rolling their eyes
It's just the first day.
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The day after India's "midnight tryst" with the Goods and Services Tax, eager Indians started expressing their first experience on, where else, social media. Owner of Big Bazaar chain, Kishore Biyani, too tweeted the first shopping invoice with GST levied on the products. He, however, deleted the tweet later (for reasons unknown).
In any case, we bring you some of the first bills post-GST rollout. This is how the bills look and how the common man reacted.
Newly born GST is twinsCGST, SGSTStay tuned, our gormint still in labour roomfingers crossed for cricket team 😹 pic.twitter.com/lEg4eAp0DV— Sarcasm™ (@SarcasticRofl) July 1, 2017
While its too early to say much, more reactions are bound to crop up in the coming days and weeks. For more, watch this space.