Or, more accurately, getting tax from Indian rotis.
There is a wonderful discussion going on here at the moment, about the different rates of GST (General Sales tax) applicable to different kinds of Indian bread.
The generic term, in Hindi, for bread is “roti”, but a roti is also a particular kind of bread, as opposed to a kulcha or a paratha or a chapatti.
However, the GST AAR (Authority for Advance Rulings) has made a distinction between rotis and parathas, deeming that the latter should be subject to 18% GST, whereas rotis are taxed at 5%.
Amidst all the hue & cry (I think the ruling actually only applies to frozen food) there has been some seriously clever meme-ing and tweeting going on.
And, my personal favourite 🙂
Stretching the whole food & drink analogy even further, perhaps this will turn out to be a bit of a storm in teacup.