GURUGRAM: To augment property tax collection, MCG has started organising camps in several parts of the city where residents can deposit dues.
The camps will be held till March 29
Property tax is one of the major sources of income for the civic body. The corporation aims to collect Rs 1,100 crore from property tax alone in the current fiscal year, of which it has been able to collect just 16.3% — Rs 180 crore — so far, according to MCG officials.
With only 10 days left for the current fiscal to be over, the civic body will hold the camps to boost its income.“Residents can also visit the camps to get their property tax data corrected,” MCG spokesperson SS Rohilla said.
The camp will be organised at the community centres in sectors 9A and 22A, South Point Mall and Tulip Lemon (Sector 69) on Wednesday. On Thursday, camps will be set up at the Sector 4 community centre, Radhakrishan temple (Kirti Nagar), DT Mega Mall and Bestech Park View Spa Next (Sector 67).
On Friday, MCG will organise property tax camps at AVL 36 (Sector 36), Ram Mandir (Sai Kunj), TDI Ourania (Sector 56) and M3M Merlin (Sector 67).
The next day, they will be set up at the community centre in Sector 10, Sector 14, Mahindra Aura (Sector 110A), Palm Grove Heights (Ardee City), Princeton Estate (DLF 5) and The Legend (Sector 57) Gurgaon