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    Nagpur: 10% property tax rebate for adopting eco-friendly processes

    NMC has become the first municipal corporation in the state to launch rebate for producing compost by garbage segregation, wastewater treatment and reuse, and persons with disabilities.Anjaya Anparthi | TNN | January 21, 2020, 13:00 IST

    NAGPUR: The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) general body on Monday approved rebate of 10% in property tax for houses adopting at least two of four eco-friendly projects — producing compost by garbage segregation, rainwater harvesting, wastewater treatment and reuse, and producing solar or any type of renewable power. Also, approval has been given for 50% rebate in property tax where persons with disabilities reside.

    NMC has become the first municipal corporation in the state to launch rebate for producing compost by garbage segregation, wastewater treatment and reuse, and persons with disabilities.

    From April 1, 2015, NMC has been giving rebate of 5% for houses having solar power system or rainwater harvesting system. But the rebate is on general tax, one of the components in property tax. The rebate was very low and failed to encourage people to adopt eco-friendly projects.

    Now, the civic body has changed the system and launched rebate system on entire property tax, excluding three components of state government, which are minimal in total property tax. Also, NMC has included producing compost by garbage segregation and wastewater treatment and reuse. The taxpayer will be eligible for 5% rebate for adopting only one of the four eco-friendly projects.

    The civic body has miserably failed to encourage garbage segregation and reuse of wet waste at households itself, which led to this rebate offer.

    Taxpayers can avail the rebate only if they pay property tax regularly. The taxpayer will have to declare eco-friendly projects, after which tax inspector or assistant engineer from zone will inspect and certify it every year.

    A NMC official told TOI this will be implemented from fiscal 2020-21, which begins from April 1, 2020. “Demand notes for current fiscal have been distributed. Also, the department will have to change the format in the systems,” he said.

    The decision to give 50% rebate in property tax for persons with disabilities will be submitted to the state government before implementation. The benefit will be given in case any one member of the family has certificate issued by civil surgeon.

    Earlier, NMC had decided to give rebate to senior citizens. But in this case, the owner of the building should be a senior citizen.

    The general body has also approved a proposal to establish a plant to treat 200 metric tonne (MT) mixed garbage at Bhandewadi dumping yard on DFBOOT basis. The private operator will be leased 4 acres to develop a plant at its cost, operate and maintain for 15 years.

    Mayor Sandip Joshi said, “This plant will ensure scientific disposal of entire city’s mixed garbage. NMC has proposed various projects to reuse the segregated garbage. Plant will be closed down if 100% garbage segregation is achieved.”

    The general body also approved the proposal to establish Plastic Waste to Fuel Plant to be developed by Pune-based Keshav-Sita Memorial Foundation Trust, under its corporate social responsibility (CSR) funds. NMC will lease 8,000 sq ft land and build a shed. The firm will operate and maintain the plant for 10 years and hand over entire project to NMC free of cost.

    The general body also approved a proposal to set up a plant for treatment and reuse of 200 MT construction and demolition waste in 4 acres land at Bhandewadi dumping yard on DFBOOT model. The operator will develop, operate and maintain the project for 15 years.

    Similarly, the general body cleared the proposal to develop Semi-Automatic Material Recovery Facility at Bhandewadi dumping yard with capacity of 200 MT, where dry waste will be disposed off in scientific manner. NMC will lease one acre land and operator will operate and maintain it for five years at its cost. Here, the operator will accept and pay for all types of dry waste, including paper, plastic and others.













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      Nagpur civic body to fine owners of vacant plots for failing to stop littering

      In a proposal submitted before the standing committee, the department has also sought nod to auction such properties if owners fail to keep the place clean.Proshun Chakraborty | TNN | January 24, 2020, 16:00 IST


      NAGPUR: Owners of vacant plots in Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) limits will be fined if they fail to stop people from littering their property. The NMC’s health department has proposed to impose garbage lifting charge of Rs50 per sq mtr from such owners.

      In a proposal submitted before the standing committee, the department has also sought nod to auction such properties if owners fail to keep the place clean.

      Health department prepared the proposal after mayor Sandip Joshi received complaints from several residents about how open plots were posing serious health hazards due to accumulation of garbage and stagnation of water for many years.

      The proposal states that if garbage is found on any open plot, the department would issue a notice to clear it in two days. If the owner failed to heed to the notice, the cost involved in clearing the litter will be recovered from the defaulting owners, the proposal stated. If the owner fails to pay the expenses incurred and in stopping garbage being dumped on his/her property, the NMC will auction such properties under relevant sections of the Maharashtra Municipal Corporation Act.

      In the past, the corporation had asked the owners of open plots to remove bushes, garbage, trash and fence their property. Corporators like Abha Pande had raised the issue on several occasions at the general body meeting.

      The NMC had, in 2014, passed strict bylaws for dumping, collection and destruction of waste on open plot control rule. It had provision to levy a fine up to Rs5,000 or filing a police complaint against such plot owners. The bylaws for Dumping, Collection and Destruction of Waste on Open Plot Control Rule, 2014 were forwarded to the state government for approval on March 15, 2016. However, they have not been cleared yet,” said a senior official from NMC’s health (sanitation) department.

      “As a result, we could not take punitive measures against the nuisance makers,” the official claimed.

      Recently, Joshi directed assistant municipal commissioners of all 10 zones and property tax department to identify private and government plots being used as garbage grounds and warned their owners. The officials will take a photograph of the garbage before removing it and use it as evidence.

      OTHER PROPOSALS

      * NMC’s health department (medicine) has sought nod to appoint 29 doctors including one physician, two gynecologists, 11 male doctors, two homeopaths, eight ayurvedic medicos on contract basis for its clinics. The department will require Rs93.60 lakh

      * Sports and cultural department has demanded Rs46.35 lakh for organizing three-day Vaishakh Din Mahotsav to mark birth anniversary of Gautam Buddha

      * Garden department seeks Rs31.32 lakh and Rs24.82 lakh for developing garden in Yogeshwar Gruh Nirman Housing Society and Vaishno Devi Nagar, respectively

      * General administration department has sought nod to empower civic chief to appoint a security agency to deploy guards on its premises. NMC spends over Rs7.30 crore per annum on 300 security guards at its various establishments and offices













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        Auction government properties to recover tax: Nagpur Municipal Commissioner

        Currently, the central government has 314 properties and has pending property tax dues to the tune of Rs37.86 crore.TNN | January 31, 2020, 15:00 IST

        NAGPUR: Municipal commissioner Tukaram Mundhe on Thursday directed NMC’s property tax department to auction government properties to recover tax dues. He issued the directives after a review meeting of the property tax department.

        Currently, the central government has 314 properties and has pending property tax dues to the tune of Rs37.86 crore. Similarly, various state government offices own 146 properties and have not paid Rs19.51 crore in NMC property tax, tax department officials informed Mundhe in a power point presentation on Thursday.

        The tax department also informed the civic chief about Rs290.83 crore property tax arrears from 2,57,237 property owners and Rs99.07 crore from owners of 72,309 open plots. The civic chief expressed concern over poor property tax recovery.

        He also asked about measures being adopted by the tax department to recover dues from defaulting property owners, said sources. The department informed the civic chief about its initiative of auctioning private properties to recover tax dues. So far, NMC has auctioned 150 properties of which 12 sale deeds have been executed, while due to lack of response from bidders, NMC changed the ownership rights of 138 properties.

        Besides this, it has also issued warrant notices to 9,745 property owners and also executed seizure notices to 2,595 property owners. Besides this, the department has also started the process to auction another 495 properties of tax defaulters.

        To this, Mundhe directed the tax department to concentrate on improving property tax collection from both private and government properties owners. The municipal commissioner said the department should start initiating auction of properties of government offices too. Henceforth, the department will first issue warrant notices, followed by seizure notices, and then auction the properties of government departments if they fail to clear their outstanding property tax dues.











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          Fire department declares 1,482 buildings in Nagpur unsafe in fresh survey

          They include all types, from residential properties to educational institutions, hospitals, industrial structures, bar and restaurant, mercantile centres, and mixed occupancies. Sarfaraz Ahmed | TNN | February 24, 2020, 17:00 IST

          NAGPUR: The number of unsafe buildings has significantly gone up in the last two years, shows the latest survey by Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) fire and emergency services department. As on January 20, 2020, the department has declared 1,482 city structures unsafe under the Maharashtra Fire Prevention and Life Safety Measures Act 2006 city.

          They include all types, from residential properties to educational institutions, hospitals, industrial structures, bar and restaurant, mercantile centres, and mixed occupancies. The department has collated data of errant structures following inspections under two drives.

          In one, the department assessed 4,433 structures having first fire NOC while in the second it inspected 994 which were governed by old norms, prior to 2006. The latter group also includes 64 places where tuition classes are run. The department has served notices to disconnect power and water supplies at 812 places. Another 180 government buildings have been audited by the department under the same action plan, officials said.

          NMC is likely to publish a list with the names of these violators on its website in a couple of days.

          Officials said in many cases the electrical and water supply departments have been reluctant to cut off connections as they include essential services. For example, 141 hospitals have been declared ‘unsafe’ but the civic body can’t disconnect power and water supply unless they are vacated. In 120 cases, FIR has been recommended for violations but the cops too are reluctant to go ahead.

          On August 3, 2018, TOI had highlighted that 782 structures out of 1,759 were tagged ‘unsafe’ between April 2017 and March 2018. On September 12, 2018, Nagpur bench of Bombay high court had taken sou motu cognisance of the TOI report and initiated proceedings. NMC officials may move the court over police inaction in these cases.

          At the same time, among the 4,433, compliance has been completed by 367 property owners. Of the 994, just 97 fixed the deviations and adopted fire safety measures. The department brought the old structures too under its crackdown as large number of people visit these places.

          Against the backdrop of the 367 compliances, the jump in unsafe number to 1,482 indicates violations are rampant, while detection too gained pace following a rap from the HC.

          Officials said the data gives status of contraventions and fire and safety audit of around 3,300 structures.

          The figures are as on January 20, 2020, while the department’s inspection is going on. Officials said each month around 100 structures are being added to the list of violators.

          Also, the department has identified 1,414 structures where inspection is yet to be conducted. The inspections are going on for the last five years.













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            Nagpur: 16 years on, 250 flat owners in Vyankatesh Nagar await mutation

            Thakur said the state government had acquired over 38 acres land in Nandanwan under ULC Act, but the same as returned to land owners under Talegaon Dabhade scheme.Anjaya Anparthi | TNN | February 26, 2020, 11:00 IST

            NAGPUR: Over 250 flats owners in Vyankatesh Nagar, one of the biggest residential colonies in East Nagpur, are running from pillar to post for mutation of their flats in City Survey records despite no fault of theirs.

            According to secretary of Vyankatesh Nagar Owners Association Suraj Singh Thakur, who is also BJP city vice-president, “Over 250 families are facing several hardships because of “irregularities” by the developer and red-tapism on part of concerned government departments.”

            Thakur said the state government had acquired over 38 acres land in Nandanwan under ULC Act, but the same as returned to land owners under Talegaon Dabhade scheme. A developer decided to construct a housing scheme there with 26 towers comprising 416 flats and 110 twin-house bungalows in 2003 on the basis of power of attorney from all 29 land owners.

            The Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) sanctioned layout and building plan of the scheme in 2003. Several citizens booked flats/ bungalows after verifying the sanctioned plan and inked agreement to sale with the developer which was duly registered with the registrar’s office. Most of the flat buyers availed home loan from banks, which verified the documents through their surveyors and legal experts before sanctioning the amount. The buyers were handed over the possession by 2004.

            In the meanwhile, the land was brought under the Nagpur Municipal Corporation jurisdiction, which sanctioned the revised plan in 2006.

            By 2009, nearly 50% of the buyers got their sale deeds executed followed by mutation. After some delay, sale deed of the remaining properties were also executed.

            However, in 2017, one of the land owners lodged a complaint with the authorities alleging forgery in power of attorney documents. Following the complaint, City Survey department refused to execute mutations citing the objection from one of land owners.

            In March 2017, crime branch’s special investigation team (SIT) registered a case against the developer on charges of forgery.

            “The NIT or NMC are duty-bound to verify each and every document before sanctioning a layout and building plan,” said Thakur, who is also one of the aggrieved buyers. “The buyers are unnecessarily facing the brunt of the “misdeeds” of a developer and government departments,” he alleged.

            As the mutation proceedings were halted, aggrieved buyers approached revenue minister in Devendra Fadnavis cabinet Chandrakant Patil in August 2018 and apprised him of their plight. Accordingly, state’s revenue department on September 25, 2018, directed collector’s office to investigate the matter and submit a report. However, the collector’s office has not submitted the report even after 17 months.

            As nothing has moved since then, over 250 buyers are unable to mortgage the property for availing loan nor they are able to sell it in the absence of mutation. They, however, have to repay the home loan and also pay property tax to the civic body.

            Superintendent of land records GB Daberao, under whom the City Survey offices comes, told TOI that he was not aware of the case. “I will go through the details and do the needful,” he said.

            Collector Ravindra Thakre did not respond to TOI’s call and message.












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              Nagpur: Auction notice issued to owner regularly paying property tax

              Gotmare, who stays in east Nagpur, owns a 216 sq m plot in front of Mankapur police station in Zingabai Takli. “Since purchase of the plot, I have never defaulted on property tax,” claimed 80-year-old and retired ZP official Gotmare.TNN | February 26, 2020, 15:00 IST

              NAGPUR: The functioning of Mangalwari zone’s assistant municipal commissioner Harish Raut has once again come under scanner. This time, for issuing auction notice to a property owner who has been regularly paying property tax for an open plot in Zingabai Takli.

              Senior Shiv Sena corporator Kishore Kumeriya said that apart from the affected resident, Vasantrao Gotmare, he too has submitted a written complaint to municipal commissioner Tukaram Mundhe and demanded an inquiry into the matter.

              Gotmare, who stays in east Nagpur, owns a 216 sq m plot in front of Mankapur police station in Zingabai Takli. “Since purchase of the plot, I have never defaulted on property tax,” claimed 80-year-old and retired ZP official Gotmare.

              For the current fiscal, Gotmare paid the property tax on May 30, 2019 itself and despite this, on December 12, the Mangalwari zone’s assistant municipal commissioner Harish Raut through an advertisement published Gotmare’s name along with other property owners’ names to auction their properties for defaulting NMC’s property tax. The advertisement shows that Gotmare has defaulted tax to the tune of Rs1.47 lakh. The advertisement also had some errors in Gotmare’s address.

              Actually, it was not for the first time that the zone had carried out blunder. In November 2017 Raut did the same mistake.

              Raut was not available for comments, while deputy municipal commissioner Mahesh Moroney assured to look into the matter.











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                Consumer forum jails three Nagpur-based builders for contempt

                The judges however told the builders they could escape jail if they returned Rs 9.5 lakh with 12% interest till date along with fine amount within a month.Vaibhav Ganjapure | TNN | March 10, 2020, 11:00 IST


                NAGPUR: Terming three builders “white collared criminals”, the Additional District Dispute Consumer Redressal Forum here awarded three years simple imprisonment to them along with a fine of Rs 45,000 for deliberately not complying with its earlier orders.

                Censuring them for not returning the complainants money even after 14 years the judges Smita Chandekar and Avinash Prabhunestated the builders didn’t deserve any leniency and deterrent punishment was to avoid such fleecing of gullible customers.

                Builders Nilesh, Rajesh and Chandrakant Patel through their firm Kalindi Infrastructure had taken Rs 9.5 lakh from complainants Rajiv and Rachana Mokashe for building a duplex house at Kamptee on May 22, 2006. They, however, failed to hand over possession of the house nor refunded the down payment for it.

                The judges however told the builders they could escape jail if they returned Rs 9.5 lakh with 12% interest till date along with fine amount within a month.

                While holding builders guilty under Section 27 of Consumer Protection Act, the forum observed it was their modus operandi of receiving down payment from customers and utilizing it for their own benefit. “Since 2006, the amount paid by the complainants to builders could have grown to over Rs 25 lakh. Their behaviour of not following forum’s orders is very objectionable and therefore they are liable for the punishment,” the judges ruled.

                After failure of builder to give possession of duplex for over a decade, Mokashe couple knocked the forum’s doors for refund of their money. On February 6, 2017, the forum directed Patels to either give possession of duplex to the complainants or pay Rs 9.5 lakh with 12% interest within a month. They were also slapped with Rs 15,000 fine for physical and mental harassment of complainants along with litigation cost.

                Since the order was ex-parte, as Patels didn’t reply to notice nor appeared before the forum, Mokashes sent the order by registered post along with a court’s notice. However, both were returned to as “unclaimed”. The Mokashe couple once again knocked forum’s doors for contempt of its orders and subsequently summons was issued on February 12, 2018, against Patels.

                All three builders then appeared before the judges on August 14, 2018, and clarified they wouldn’t be able to give the house but were ready for returning entire amount with 12% interest in two months. However, when they failed to refund the amount even after 16 months, the forum awarded jail term and slapped new penalty of Rs 45,000.













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                  Nagpur civic body seizes properties over unpaid tax

                  All the five godowns were owned by one Sangita Gopichand Sahare, stated a press note issued by zone assistant municipal commissioner Ganesh Rathore.

                  NAGPUR: Ashi Nagar zone of the cash-strapped NMC on Monday seized godowns of five domestic cylinder gas agencies in Sahare Layout for defaulting on property tax to the tune of Rs7,41,300 since last many years.

                  Apart from this, the zone has also seized movable properties like television sets, sofa sets, two-wheelers, refrigerators, ceiling fans etc of five other property tax owners in default, who had together not paid tax to the tune of over Rs1.41 lakh.

                  All the five godowns were owned by one Sangita Gopichand Sahare, stated a press note issued by zone assistant municipal commissioner Ganesh Rathore.

                  “If these defaulters fail to clear their property tax dues within 15 days, NMC will auction the properties,” he warned.









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                    Over 90% buildings in Nagpur face threat of triple property tax

                    He presented the NMC’s budget before the standing committee on Monday. A standing committee member told TOI that Mundhe made an announcement in this regard in his budget speech.
                    NAGPUR: Over 90% buildings in the city are facing the threat of paying triple property tax if plans of municipal commissioner Tukaram Mundhe materialize. Mundhe announced that the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) will levy triple property tax on buildings lacking occupancy certificate (OC).

                    He presented the NMC’s budget before the standing committee on Monday. A standing committee member told TOI that Mundhe made an announcement in this regard in his budget speech.

                    On Tuesday, Mundhe said, “OC is mandatory as per building rules. There is a provision in the rules to recover two times more property tax for violation of building bylaws. Therefore, it is expected from all owners of buildings and builders to obtain OC so that they are not penalized. NMC will give them a chance to obtain OC and then start penalizing,” he said.

                    OC is mandatory for every building since introduction of the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning (MRTP) Act, 1966. The state government had made it mandatory for all urban local bodies to recover triple property tax on unauthorized constructions since the last eight years.

                    NMC had levied penalty property tax only on a very few buildings. There are over 3,000 buildings which were served notices under the MRTP Act. But, the civic body did not levy penalty on all such buildings.

                    Congress corporator Praful Gudadhe said, “Mundhe’s decision is not justified. Over 95% buildings do not have OC. It is the mistake of NMC and NIT for not implementing rules effectively all these years. Also, a building cannot be termed as unauthorized if it lacks OC. The number of individual buildings is high, so many will suffer. Instead, NMC should hold special camps, regularize unauthorized structures in compounding scheme and then compel for OC,” he said.

                    BJP corporator Virendra Kukreja said, “I came to know that Mundhe announced it in his budget but it will be an anti-public move. There are many buildings which can’t get sanction due to hassles in ownership titles. It should be implemented only on flat schemes and malls, that too by allowing internal changes,” he said.

                    Credai president Mahesh Sadhwani said NMC should not implement it with retrospective effect. “I also feel that all buildings should have OC. Therefore, NMC should implement it on buildings which will be given sanction from now onwards. It will consume a lot time and also need many documents for getting OC for existing buildings,” he said.

                    Rules and lack of implementation

                    OC is mandatory for all buildings since introduction of MRTP Act, 1966

                    Over 90% buildings do not have OC in city due to ineffective implementation of rules by NMC and NIT for all these years

                    State government made it mandatory for urban local bodies to recover triple property tax from unauthorized constructions in 2012

                    It means property tax will become Rs3,000 if existing tax is Rs1,000 till demolition or regularization of unauthorized construction

                    NMC levied it only on a very few unauthorized buildings

                    It did not even levy it on buildings which were served notices under MRTP Act

                    Municipal commissioner Tukaram Mundhe has announced that NMC will start levying triple property tax on buildings lacking OC

                    Mundhe said a chance will be given for obtaining OC first








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                      Nagpur: Societies ban entry of maids, delivery boys as corona bites

                      Many of these societies are home to millionaires, who have decided to do domestic chores themselves than take the risk of exposing themselves to the pandemic. File photo

                      NAGPUR: With number of coronavirus cases increasing in India, many citizens have joined hands with central and state governments to enforce the lockdown. A large number of apartment schemes have banned the entry of housemaids, courier delivery boys, food delivery personnel, car washers, etc.

                      Some are not even allowing newspaper delivery boys. Only the milkmen are exempt. Many of these societies are home to millionaires, who have decided to do domestic chores themselves than take the risk of exposing themselves to the pandemic.

                      Godrej Anandam, a mini-township in Ganeshpeth, which has very rich occupants, has banned the entry of outsiders except the relatives of flat owners. Even family friends are not allowed.

                      The executive body of Rachana Sahil Apartments, Subhash Nagar, on Monday banned entry of domestic helps, car washers, delivery boys, etc. Only those delivering newspapers and milk will be allowed entry. They will have to sanitize themselves before entering the premises. There were some flat owners who opposed the decision but they were overruled by the majority.

                      Monali Mudholkar of Narhari Residency, Mangaldeep Nagar, Besa Road, said her society had banned entry of outsiders to reduce the risk of coronavirus and help government in battling the pandemic. “Household helps do not come under essential services. Most flat occupants are at home as schools, colleges, offices and factories are shut. Hence we decided to do domestic chores ourselves. The government is doing its job and we citizens must also contribute,” she said.

                      Suchitra Mange of Tech-Op Laxmi Apartment, Tirupati Nagar, Koradi Road, said that her society office-bearers had also decided to ban entry of outsiders. “I am facing problems because I am not well and I have small kids. However, these are not normal times.”

                      Dhiraj Khandelwal of Rachna Srushti Apartments, KT Nagar, said that the decision had been taken for the safety of the flat owners as well as that of maids. “We told the maids how to keep themselves safe when they are at home,” he said.

                      Some other flat schemes where maids and delivery boys are no longer allowed are: Rachana Aangan (Jaitala Road), Capitol Heights (Imambada), Pioneer Regency (KT Nagar), Shiv Society (Besa), Patrakar Colony (Civil Lines), etc.

                      The ban on maids is causing problems for many people. A female media personnel had to take leave as her mother recently had an operation and her daughter is very young. Both the nurse and child’s maid were not allowed entry. A lady doctor’s husband, who is now at home, is having difficulty handling their two small kids. There are several senior citizens living alone who depend upon domestic help for everything from cooking to purchasing essential items.











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