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Odisha records Gross GST collection of Rs.5109.33 crores in March 2024

Odisha  records Gross GST collection  of Rs.5109.33 crores in March 2024

Bhubaneswar, Apr 1 (UNI) Odisha has recorded the second highest ever collection of Gross GST with a collection of Rs. 5109.33 crore during March 2024.
This was against the corresponding collection of Rs. 4749.02 crore recorded during March 2023, registering a growth rate of 7.59 percent.
The highest ever collection of Gross GST was recorded during the last month of February 24 with a collection of Rs. 5135.81 Crore.

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