Civic body felicitates staffers for meeting property tax recovery targets

  • | Friday | 22nd September, 2023

Ludhiana: The municipal corporation felicitated its staffers with certificates of appreciation for having achieved property tax recovery targets for the financial year 2022-23 in zone D areas. The objective was to encourage and recognise staffers who worked efficiently.On directions of MC commissioner Sandeep Rishi, zonal commissioner Jasdev Singh Sekhon, who was leading the team of civic body staffers, handed over the certificates to them. In total, 93 staffers were conferred with appreciation certificates.Appreciating the efforts of the property tax wing staffers, including the then superintendent Abdul Sattar; clerks, inspectors, suvidha kendra staff, among others, Sekhon said the team worked with dedication and recovered around Rs 53 crore as property tax last year while the recovery target was Rs 50 crore. Superintendents Vivek Verma and Tarun Goyal, among others, were also present during the felicitation ceremony. A few staffers from other zones of MC were also felicitated for performing their duties with dedication.Sekhon said the staffers were directed to continue to work with dedication and achieve the property tax recovery targets this year too so that the funds can be utilised for the development of the city and providing basic amenities to the residents. tnnWe also published the following articles recentlyKolkata Municipal Corporation clears proposal to hike property taxThe Kolkata Municipal Corporation has passed a proposal to modify the base unit area value under the Unit Area Assessment system, leading to an increase in property tax rates for residential buildings and flats in the city. The base unit area value plays a significant role in determining the tax on a property, with other factors also considered in the final valuation. The KMC will now need to plan and set a date for implementing the tax hike.Radisson Blu owner, staffers threatened in hotel; 5 bookedFive individuals have been booked after they allegedly entered the office of the owner of Radisson Blu in Kaushambi and threatened him and his staff. The incident is suspected to be a result of a financial dispute. The owner lodged a police complaint stating that the accused misbehaved with the staff and threatened to harm him. Two of the accused have been identified and an investigation is ongoing. The MP mentioned in the article denies any involvement in the matter.250 rly staffers booked for stopping Shatabdi Exp in protestThe Railway Protection Force (RPF) has registered a case against 250 railway employees, including office bearers of the Railway Union, for stopping the Shatabdi Express during a protest over the death of an assistant driver. The protesters are being identified through CCTV footage. The RPF has initiated an investigation and stated that once the protesters are identified, they will be punished according to the law.

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