On December 17, videoconferencing will be used to conduct the 48th GST Council meeting. The Council, which is chaired by the Union finance minister and is made up of representatives from all the states and UTs, is expected to decide during the meeting on a number of issues, including the GST levy on gambling establishments, online gaming, and horse racing, as well as rate rationalization.
Conrad Sangma, the chief minister of Meghalaya, announced on Friday that the GoM on GST charge on casinos, online gaming, and horse racing will present its findings to the GST Council the following week. It is believed that the Sangma-led Group of Ministers (GoM), which conducted its final meeting on the subject earlier this week, advocated a GST duty of 28 percent on all forms of online gambling, including games of skill and chance.
Last 47th GST council meeting 2022 was held on 28th & 29th June.