The Congress vice president also attacked the Centre's ambitious start-up mission, saying there is a contradiction in pushing for start-ups and being 'intolerant'.
He said the RSS has a very 'rigid vision' for India and that start ups require free movement of ideas.     During an interaction with management students here, Rahul accused the PM Modi dispensation of not taking on board the concerns of the opposition on GST.
A 'compromise with the government is possible on GST and it is by sitting across the table, but the government is not willing to do so,' said Rahul, a Lok Sabha MP.

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"The day the conditions are accepted, we will pass the GST (in Parliament). It will take just 15 minutes," he said. "We don't want a GST where there's no cap on taxes. We want a limitation on the maximum tax that can be charged. Also, dispute resolution must be fair and neutral. I don't
think its wrong of us to say that," Rahul said while explaining the conditions put by Congress to back GST.
Asked about roadblocks in implementation of GST bill, he said, "It was Congress which brought in the GST legislation. The BJP then stopped GST in Parliament for seven years. Jaitley then did not allow it to pass. Narendra Modi, as CM of Gujarat, did not allow GST to pass."


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