ISLAMABAD All the provinces as well as Azad Jummu Kashmir have seems agree on the implementation of Reformed General Sales Tax (RGST) in the country. All provincial representatives showed their willingness regarding RGST on services and goods in the country here at Pakistan Development Forum. Punjab Finance Minister Tanvir Ashraf Kaira said that his province was fully on board even though the ruling coalition party, PML-N was trying to do popular politics. He said the province needed additional resources and RGST was the only way forward. He said the provincial RGST law on services was ready and would be presented in the provincial assembly after approval of the federal legislation. He said the province would hand over collection of RGST on service for a two-year period to the federal government. Advisor to Chief Minister Sindh, Dr Qaiser Bengali said Sindh was in favour of early enforcement of RGST on services and the delay was caused due to the reservations of other provinces. He said with small changes in the RGST bill would be moved in the provincial assembly. Sindh, he said has estimated collection of Rs 25 billion from services but due to the delay the collection will remain around Rs 12 billion during the current fiscal year. He said Sindh would hand over collection right on services involving input tax adjustment and some port related services to federal government but added that it would be limited to a six month interim period. After that period the province would hand over its collection to the newly set up Sindh Board of Revenue. Chief Minister Khyber Phaktunkhwa Ameer Haider Khan Hoti said they were of the opinion that existing taxpayers should not be burdened but since additional resources were required they would move ahead with the legislation. Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Aslam Raisani said Balochistan was ready for RGST on services as it was a provincial subject and province would move ahead in consultation with centre and other provinces. Prime Minister Azad Jammu Kashmir Sardar Attique Khan said they were in favour of tax reforms, as it would help mobilisation of additional resources.