ISLAMABAD - The Government is all set to table the much controversial and debated Reformed General Sales Tax (RGST) draft in the National Assembly today (Friday). We may table the proposed bill of the RGST in the Lower House of the Parliament on Friday and it is likely to be approved in December, Finance Minister Abdul Hafiz Shaikh said while talking to media persons at the Parliament House on Thursday. We would try to approve it with the consensus of all political parties of the Parliament, as it is the tradition of our Government that we never approve any bill without consensus, he added. He said that on Friday only draft would be presented in the National Assembly, which would latter be sent to the relevant Standing Committee of the Assembly for discussion. However the Govt would have to approve it in the next month (December), as agreed with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). According to the commitment made with the IMF, the Government will introduce RGST in the country from the start of the second quarter (January) of the current fiscal year 2010-11. It is worth mentioning here that the Government would face problems in getting approved RSGT bill from the Parliament, as, besides opposition parties, the allying parties will also opposes it.