As I think about it, the government. Recently introduced some changes in GST rates were not “revised” prices but were “corrected” rates. When our government. The implementation of this huge structural reform is of great concern to the government. Had to maintain tax neutrality. They also had to cover the costs of implementing such a major reform in the large economy. Therefore, the implementation of this would cost the same. In order to restore this amount in the initial stage added some more rates. After a month or so, GST. So, if your question is in this reference, I think that would be enough to satisfy you.
If we look at another way, if you are considering any further reduction, I do not think we need further reduction. This is because the money we pay the government. Through all kind of taxes collectively invested by the government. On some mega projects Bharatmala being one of them. Second, the government.
Is the recapitalization of banks, so banks can lend to the private sector, and this sector can accelerate which in turn will be beneficial to India’s economy in a more efficient way compared to tax cuts because of tax cuts, the money is divided among people who will not