Mumbai Businessman Suicide Because Of GST

Mumbai businessman suicide because of GST

Manish Pachchand Mehta, a 54-year-old textile businessman from Mumbai, who was hit by recession of GST, got himself upset and did suicide by jumping from 17th floor because of despair and anxiety. The incident belongs to the Octa Crest Society in Lokhandwala Complex under Samata Nagar Police Station.

According to Samata Nagar police sources, Mehta's wife told the police, "Manish was mentally disturbed. The textile market is cool in the rain anyway. Manish was very upset due to the impact of the textile industry on GST and demonetization imposed by the Modi government and the losses suffered by the cloth traders.

Sensex Crossed 32000

After the decrease in the Inflation Sensex crossed 32,000 for the first time

The major Sensex on the Indian stock market surged over 200 points on Thursday and created a new history. While the sensitive index of the Bombay Stock Exchange crossed the figure of 32,000, the major index Nifty 50 on the National Stock Exchange was also close to crossing the record level of 9,900 with a good 60-point gain in the morning trade.

Stock market analysts believe that in the market this fast has been seen by the Reserve Bank of India on the expectation of declining interest rates. It is noteworthy that the data on retail inflation, which came on Wednesday, has also recorded a record decline, which has led to a steep rise in the market.

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Rupee inched up to 5 paise against Dollar

The Indian rupee mounts up to 5 paise against dollar today after selling of the US currency by exporters and banks picked up higher opening in domestic equities. Currencies overseas got unit uplift in lieu of dollar’s weakness.

Yesterday, INR shed 4 paise to close at 64.78 on fresh demand for dollar from banks and exporters due to the concern arising out of US and North Korea’s missile launch. Market started on a fresh note today, goes up to 66 points. The NSE index Nifty also rose up to 16 points, or 0.16%, early today.