Countering it, Naidu said that while the Government was working overtime to infuse positive energies virtually into every aspect of nation building, some opposition parties were bent upon unleashing negative energies during 2015. “Parliament was virtually made dysfunctional during the Monsoon and Winter sessions of last year. GST Bill was the major victim of this negativity. Introduction of GST would make a substantial difference to the way business is done in our country. Unfortunately, the original authors of this major reform did not see the urgency in making this a reality.” Hoping that the new year will mark the beginning of an era of “positive politics”, Naidu said the government is willing to “walk the extra mile” to take opposition on board and voiced hope that the GST Bill will be passed during the Budget session as “the first positive assertion” of the collective will for building a new India.

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