The Dharampeth Zone of Nagpur Municipal Corporation [NMC] set up special camps to collect property tax between 16th January and 22nd January. The zone organized these camps with the aim to generate increased revenue via collection of property tax and also to reach the maximum number of property owners within its jurisdiction.
Mahesh Moroney, the Assistant Commissioner of NMC Dharampeth Zone informed that the property owners can visit and pay tax at these special camps between 8.30am and 2pm on the respective dates.
These camps will be opened at NMC Ramnagar School, Pandhrabodi and Shivaji Nagar garden on 16th-17th January and the between January 16 and 17.
After this, the camps will be setup at Adinath Shiv Mandir, Adivasi Society, Kachimet, on 18th and 19th January and on 21st and 22nd January these camps will be organized at NMC Dik Dispensary. The other nine zones will also setup such camps to collect property tax in a few days.
Earlier this month, the Nagpur Municipal Corporation decided to waive off the late payment penalty on property tax. From now, the penalty interest will be imposed after 90 days of receiving demand notes.
Abhijit Bangar, the Municipal commissioner gave nod to the proposal of the property tax department that sought a waiver in interest on the late payment of property tax. NMC i.e. [Nagpur Municipal Corporation] decided to take this decision after they completed the evaluation of 5-6 lakh properties under the new property tax system that compromise of rent chart+ready reckoner value.
Till now, the Nagpur Municipal Corporation issued demand notes to more than 4 lakh properties and the process to issue more such notes is underway.