A new memorandum handed over for building tax

The increase in the building tax caused the Congress councilor to flare up. He surrounded the Chief Commissioner of Police in protest against this. Under the leadership of Metropolitan Congress President Lalchand Sharma, the councilors made the request of the chief city commissioner and apprised him of various problems of the city, including the increase in their problems.
In a memorandum handed over to the chief city commissioner, he said that under the municipal area, there is a proposal to revive the building which is not justified. There are also complaints and grievances at the rates of building tax in many areas. People are upset due to no action on this.
Not only this, the tax criteria of two rates on the road of one place is beyond comprehension. The former Bhati does not reach the building owners at the time. He does not get the payment of the building tax on time and the benefit of the rebate is not available.
He said that this system should be done smoothly and tax should not be increased in the public interest. According to tax collected earlier in slums, tax collection will be done by consumers. According to the mandate, the process of taxing should be started on regular slums. Start recruiting employees in new areas.
He said that this system should be done smoothly and tax should not be increased in the public interest. Tax collection will be done by consumers in slums. It is mandatory that the process of taxing should be started on regular slums. Recruiting of employees started in new areas.
He said that the arrangement of path light was made by the municipal corporation using LED which is quite lax. Lighting is not smooth due to lack of repair of lights.
Those who gave the memorandum included former MLA Rajkumar, Prabhulal Bahuguna, Dr. Vijender Pal, Ramesh Butola, Rajat Agarwal, Rajesh Sharma, Arjun Sonkar, Anand Tyagi, Deep Bohra, Nagesh Rautri, Rajendra Chauhan, Shailendra Karagatei, Devika Rani, Sagar Lamba, Amit Bhandari, Ilias Ansari etc.

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