Don't Tax Aids For Differently Abled: Bengaluru Student's Plea To PM | Read

PUBLISHED ON: June 24, 2017 | Duration: 2 min, 32 sec

  
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Chandana Chandrasekhar unexpectedly made the news last year after she followed up a meeting with Rahul Gandhi when he visited her college, Mount Carmel College in Bengaluru with a letter. The visually-challenged B.Com graduate wrote to him later - and he tweeted her letter which asked for taxes to be removed from aids for the people with disabilities. She was delighted when that tax became zero in the 2016 budget. But now, with GST, an 18 per cent tax will be introduced on assistive devices for the physically challenged. She now is hoping Prime Minister Narendra Modi will help.
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