Gwalior News: Gwalior Municipal Corporation Commissioner Kishor Kanyal is very serious about property tax collection. He has instructed all officers associated with the property tax department, including tax collectors (assistant revenue inspectors), to accelerate the recovery of the target of Rs 242 crore set for this year, as well as to take action against negligent employees, the commissioner said in the same order Careless Assistant Revenue Inspectors have been suspended.
Gwalior Municipal Corporation Commissioner Kishor Kanyal on Friday conducted a ward-wise review of property tax collection at Bal Bhawan. He directed all tax collectors and recovery in-charges to set a daily target of issuing at least 50-50 notices to each tax collector, we will set the target. Work to complete Rs 242 crore, he said that we have to recover more than 60 crore per month.
During the review, the tax collectors (Assistant Revenue Inspector) posted in Ward No. 2 and Ward No. 11 have made very less recovery as compared to the previous year, much less recovery than the target was considered as negligence in the work of the Commissioner and Ward No. 2’s tax Collector Abha Deshmukh and Ward No. 11 tax collector Murli Sharma were suspended.
It is written in the commissioner’s order that compared to the financial year 2021-22, in the financial year 2022-23, Abha Deshmukh, the tax collector of ward no. Receipts i.e. only 14 percent of the target was recovered, which is the minimum recovery of any tax collector in the concerned assembly. From which it is clear that both the said tax collectors have indulged in property tax collection.