Faridabad18 minutes ago
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The officer said that now recovery will be done by issuing notice.
Even after the order of the State Human Rights Commission to recover the outstanding property tax from the bank branch located in the municipal premises, the corporation administration could not recover the tax. The bank vacated the premises without paying the tax and shifted to another place. Now the officials say that the tax will be deposited by issuing a notice to the bank management. The bank has an outstanding of about 20 lakhs. Whereas the Joint Commissioner NIT had claimed arrears of lease of about one crore rupees on this.
Please tell that there was a bank branch inside the municipal headquarters. This branch was running since 1993. But it did not deposit property tax. Joint Commissioner NIT Prashant Atkan had sealed the bank branch on 26 November 2020. After this, the bank officials wrote a letter to the Joint Commissioner requesting him to open the branch, but he refused. After this the bankers met the then commissioner Yash Garg, he ordered to open the seal. The Joint Commissioner says that the bank owes about one crore as lease. On this basis, the bank branch was sealed on 26 November 2020. A few months ago a delegation of the bank met Yashpal Yadav, the then commissioner of the Municipal Corporation and gave complete information. Yadav constituted a team of Additional Commissioner, ZTO Headquarters, Finance Controller and asked them to clear the dues at the earliest. The committee told the recovery of about 20 lakh by making arrears of about 14 lakh rent and 6 lakh electricity on the bank since 1993 till now. Even after this, the corporation officials could not recover the dues of twenty lakhs. After vacating the bank corporation premises, now shifted to Neelam Bata Road. ZTO Suman says that the dues will be recovered by sending a notice to the bank.