MCD collects Rs 78,750 on first day after resumption of property tax collection
The Municipal Corporation of Dehradun (MCD) collected Rs 78,750 on Monday- the first day after resumption of property tax collection after a gap of about three months.
The municipal tax superintendent Vinay Pratap Singh said that only 25 people were issued the tokens to deposit the property tax on the first day and the remaining were provided with 25 tokens for the next day. The taxpayers who reached the MCD compound by 11:30 AM were issued the tokens and seated in Town Hall while maintaining the social distancing among people and officials inside the hall.
Due to the limited number of taxpayers allowed per day, the process of tax submission was finished in about two hours. Moreover, a few locals also arrived in the corporation after the said time to deposit the property tax but the MCD employees asked them to return on Tuesday for the tokens by the given time. According to Dehradun municipal commissioner Vinay Shankar Pandey, the decisions like setting up the property tax collection counters and complaint counters for locals in Town Hall was taken to continue the work process of MCD while ensuring the safety of locals as well as employees working in the corporation.
Tuesday, 09 June 2020 | PNS | Dehradun
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