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New Delhi: The group of state finance ministers on GST Network on Saturday decided to start the inter-state movement of goods worth more than Rs 50,000 through e-way bill mechanism from April 1, Bihar deputy chief minister Sushil Modi said.

"We have decided to start the inter-state movement of goods through e-way bill mechanism from April 1," Modi told reporters after the meeting of the ministerial group.

The e-way bill requirement for intra-state movement of goods would be introduced in phases after assessing the response for inter-state movement for couple of weeks, Modi, who heads the panel, said.

After implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) from July 1, the requirement of carrying e-way bill was postponed pending IT network readiness. It was implemented from February 1 but the system crashed and its implementation was deferred.

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