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    Nagpur civic body seeks cyber cell help in property tax reduction scam

    NMC has filed a complaint with Nagpur police cyber cell and also suspended two employees of tax departments from Gandhibagh and Hanuman Nagar zones – Sanjay Khadgi and Gaurishankar Rahate, deputy municipal commissioner Milind Meshram informed the NMC general body on Thursday.
    NAGPUR: MLC and former mayor Pravin Datke exposed a scam by Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) employees, who would reduce property tax in Dhantoli and Hanuman Nagar among other zones in the city.

    NMC has filed a complaint with Nagpur police cyber cell and also suspended two employees of tax departments from Gandhibagh and Hanuman Nagar zones – Sanjay Khadgi and Gaurishankar Rahate, deputy municipal commissioner Milind Meshram informed the NMC general body on Thursday.

    Datke exposed how Khadgi’s login and password was used to reduce Rs2.30 lakh property tax of a commercial establishment under Dhantoli zone to Rs70,000. However, Khadgi was posted in Gandhibagh zone. Khadgi had allegedly reduced the assessed tax even though the property owner had approached the high court against NMC.

    Similarly, Rahate too was involved in a similar scam, said Datke. Similar misappropriation was also unearthed in Dharampeth and Laxmi Nagar zones through user IDs and passwords of employees of other zones.

    “After the property tax department learnt about the misuse of user IDs and passwords for lowering assessed taxes, the NMC’s property tax department approached the Nagpur city police cyber cell and filed a complaint in this regard,” Meshram informed the House. Besides this, the department has also suspended Rahate and Khadgi in the case.












    Nagpur civic body seeks cyber cell help in property tax reduction scam, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate (indiatimes.com)
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      Nagpur: Co-operative registrar suspends Anandam Society's president, secretary & treasurer

      Arora, 76, had purchased a flat in the upmarket flat scheme in 2018. He got the order in his favour some 2.5 years after he filed a case with the joint registrar for cooperative housing societies.
      NAGPUR: The joint registrar of cooperatives has ordered a housing society to charge only Rs25,000 as transfer fee for a flat sale. Registrar RD Kausadikar also suspended the president, secretary and treasurer of ‘Anandam Tower-A Housing Society’, for allegedly harassing Charanjit Singh Arora and his wife, and forcing them to pay Rs1.74 lakh as transfer fee on purchasing a flat in their scheme.

      The registrar also declared the three office bearers ineligible for occupying any post till end of their tenure. They were charged with not complying with earlier orders of the deputy registrar, who also ruled in the flat owner’s favour.

      Arora, 76, had purchased a flat in the upmarket flat scheme in 2018. He got the order in his favour some 2.5 years after he filed a case with the joint registrar for cooperative housing societies.

      Arora, who did not appoint a lawyer for his case, told TOI such issues are rampant in housing societies, with many senior citizens harassed under one or the other pretext. He is now set on helping other citizens facing similar issues.

      Anandam Society president Rajendra Choudhari, however, termed the registrar’s order ‘faulty’, claiming Arora had failed to pay maintenance charges since 2018. “The charges were towards maintenance dues, and it was the collective decision of society members to stop their services for recovery, and not to allot them share certificates till then. Till date, he hasn’t paid the maintenance even after being directed by the registrar. We were surprised by the registrar’s order,” he told TOI, adding they will again approach Kausadikar with more proof.

      Arora had purchased Flat no. 1504 from builder Goldbricks Infrastructure Limited on August 13, 2018, with his retirement savings. It had been earlier allocated to Amit Agrawal, but the registry wasn’t completely, so it was sold to Arora. Four days later, the society issued him notice to pay Rs1.74 lakh as transfer fee. Even after he pointed out that he had purchased the flat directly from the builder, the society office-bearers rejected his claims and stopped his garbage collection and other services.

      Arora approached the deputy registrar’s office contending that transfer fee should either be 2.5% of the price or Rs25,000. In December, the deputy registrar directed the society not to charge more than Rs25,000 from the applicant. The society was also told to transfer the security deposit, corpus fund and other amounts in Arora’s name as early as possible and also enrol him in the members’ list.

      After the society failed to comply with the orders, Arora moved an application before the joint registrar, who summoned its office bearers on March 3. Their lawyer informed that the deputy registrar’s decision had been challenged in the high court.

      Kausadikar then sought the opinion of Nagpur District Cooperative Housing Societies Federation, which granted no objection for action against Anandam Society, since the latter wasn’t its member. Anandam Society also failed to produce any record of its claim that registrar’s order was challenged in the HC.

      Kausadikar then asked Arora to deposit maintenance charges with the society, which would not charge any transfer fee from him and restore all services to him available to other flat members.












      Nagpur: Co-operative registrar suspends Anandam Society's president, secretary & treasurer, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate (indiatimes.com)
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        Nagpur: 61% owners didn't pay property tax in 2020-21

        For 2020-21, the NMC had issued tax invoices to 7,31,420 property owners and calculated total property tax at Rs261.60 crore.
        NAGPUR: A total of 4,45,798 out of 7,31,420 property owners (61%) in the city did not pay a cumulative Rs135.98 crore municipal corporation tax in financial year 2020-21. Only 2,85,622 owners paid their property tax totalling to Rs114.46 crore.

        A senior official attributed this to Covid pandemic, which has severely affected financial condition of the people and it might have led to poor recovery of property tax.

        For 2020-21, the NMC had issued tax invoices to 7,31,420 property owners and calculated total property tax at Rs261.60 crore.

        The department’s data reveals that the biggest number of unpaid tax is from Laxmi Nagar zone where 45,138 property owners owe Rs23.16 crore to the NMC, followed by Mangalwari zone (52,454 property owners, Rs21.42 crore), Ashi Nagar (96,901 property owners, Rs19.92 crore), Dhantoli zone (10,755 property owners, Rs 6.74 crore).

        According to the data, the NMC had collected Rs241.23 crore property tax in the last fiscal. Of this, Rs114.46 crore was tax for 2020-21, while the remaining amount was arrears.

        Sources in the NMC’s accounts and finance department pointed out that the civic administration needs to strengthen property tax collection as it is the main source of revenue for the civic body.

        Sources also added that intervention by corporators too was responsible for mounting property tax arrears. “Many a times, elected representatives, including office-bearers in the civic body, succeed in preventing the civic administration from taking any punitive action, resulting in mounting of property tax dues,” admitted the senior official from the tax department, who did not wish to be named.

        With the civic body’s deteriorating financial situation, sources stressed that the reason for such a high outstanding revenue needs to be addressed urgently and stringent efforts should be made to reverse the trend of increasing arrears. According to the data, the NMC’s property tax arrears have already crossed Rs526.43 crore.

        Even the amnesty scheme launched in December, 2020, had evoked poor response. Around Rs400 crore property tax arrears were due from more than 3.73 lakh defaulters. Of which, only 50,548 property owners, who had defaulted on tax for years, had paid Rs43.88 crore dues.

        Sources pointed out that the NMC should adopt a two-pronged strategy to reduce such huge dues — focus on optimizing disposal in terms of numbers and allocate development funds on the basis of tax paid in every prabhag.











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          Nagpur civic body offers 10% rebate for paying property tax before June 30

          Meshram said the NMC will either refund the excess money or adjust the same in the next year’s (2022-23) tax bill of property owners who have paid the tax before the GB’s decision.
          NAGPUR: In a bid to attract more citizens to pay their property tax early, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has offered 10% rebate in the total tax amount to those who pay the dues before June 30.

          The decision to provide 10% rebate was taken at the May 31 general body meeting and those who have already paid the tax in advance (before the GB decision) will also be entitled to the benefit, said standing committee chairman Prakash Bhoyar and deputy municipal commissioner Milind Meshram on Tuesday.

          Meshram said the NMC will either refund the excess money or adjust the same in the next year’s (2022-23) tax bill of property owners who have paid the tax before the GB’s decision.

          Bhoyar said the NMC’s revenue from property tax collection was satisfactory in the first two months of the current financial year (2021-22).

          Against Rs9.22 crore property tax revenue generated in 2020-21, the NMC has received Rs19.5 crore in April and May this year, which is almost 112% increase, said Meshram.

          Around 38,000 property owners have paid property tax, which included 9,000 owners who had cleared their arrears.

          NMC yet to implement standing panel’s budget

          Bhoyar said municipal commissioner Radhakrishnan B has not yet implemented the standing committee’s budget even after a fortnight. He was, however, quick to say that the civic chief will implement the budget within a couple of days as the delay was due to some clerical mistake.

          “The ruling BJP has approached former chief minister Devendra Fadnavis for getting back Rs58 crore deducted from the NMC’s GST grant of April month,” said Bhoyar.

          The state government had revised the GST grant this financial year and the NMC should get Rs108 crore per month. However, in April, the NMC had received only Rs50 crore, while it had received Rs108 crore each in May and June.









          Nagpur civic body offers 10% rebate for paying property tax before June 30, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate (indiatimes.com)
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            Nagpur civic body takes action against only 337 out of 1,348 illegal buildings

            The zonal offices have acted against 337 property owners, who have either violated sanctioned plan or constructed without seeking permission from the NMC’s town planning department, while 731 such property owners have escaped action so far.
            NAGPUR: The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has identified 1,348 unauthorised constructions in the city. Assistant municipal commissioners of all 10 zones have issued notices to all such property owners — both residential and commercial — under relevant sections of the MRTP Act.

            After conducting a survey to identify unauthorised structures, all 10 zones have submitted the report to the NMC’s anti-encroachment department for further action.

            The zonal offices have acted against 337 property owners, who have either violated sanctioned plan or constructed without seeking permission from the NMC’s town planning department, while 731 such property owners have escaped action so far. Of the remaining, 90 property owners have approached the court, while 60 have submitted revised sanction plan and 125 have moved the state urban development department in Mumbai to get their illegal structures regularized.

            As per the survey, Laxmi Nagar zone accounted for the highest number of illegal structures at 288, while Ashi Nagar zone 286, Gandhibagh 177, Mangalwari 167, Dharampeth 143, Satranjipura 78 and Dhantoli zone 65 (for list of all 10 zones please see box).

            Gandhibagh, Dharampeth and Mangalwari zones have a huge chunk of illegal commercial structures, the survey revealed.

            Though the state government had in December 2020 implemented unified development control and promotion regulations (DCR) paving way for regularizing illegal constructions, it received poor response. Only 60 property owners — mostly from Laxmi Nagar (15) and Ashi Nagar (19) — got their illegal constructions regularized by paying the requisite fee and penalty.

            Most unauthorized buildings have been constructed trampling on the prevailing DCR and dusting off all construction criteria due to political patronage and disregard to the town planning department, sources alleged.

            Apart from bending FSI rules, in most cases unauthorized constructions were found violating the sanctioned plans. Therefore, it is impossible to redevelop these buildings as per rules, once they are in disrepair.

            “The unified DCR provides an increased FSI required for redevelopment and paves the way for providing a secure shelter to the beneficiaries of illegal constructions,” said an official from the civic body.

            A senior official claimed the civic body will launch a special drive against illegal properties soon.








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              Nagpur: Properties under tax net rises from 4.5 lakh to 6.42 lakh

              ​The number of properties under property tax net has increased from 4.5 lakh to 6.42 lakh under the project and around 50,000 open plots are yet to brought under tax ambit. These properties are likely to be auctioned on spot for lack of details.
              NAGPUR: The revaluation project of Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC), which was started in 2015, has started giving results with the addition of 1.92 lakh more properties under the ambit of tax.

              The number of properties under property tax net has increased from 4.5 lakh to 6.42 lakh under the project and around 50,000 open plots are yet to brought under tax ambit. These properties are likely to be auctioned on spot for lack of details.

              Before implementation of the revaluation project, around 4.5 lakh properties including structures and open plots were in property tax net. The civic body used to get tax of around Rs 125 crore per annum from these properties.

              NMC deputy commissioner Milind Meshram told TOI, “Revaluation of existing properties and assessment of new properties of structures has been completed. Now, 6.42 lakh properties are under the ambit of property tax. Demands of around 5.75 lakh properties have been issued. Process to finalize and issue demand notes of remaining 60,000 properties is going on,” he said.

              He furthers said, “Demand from 5.75 lakh properties is around Rs 250 crore which is expected to increase to Rs 275 crore when process of all 6.42 lakh properties will complete,” he said.

              The deputy commissioner said, “We are yet to do assessment of around 50,000 open plots. Majority of these plots are situated on city’s outskirts. There are no details about these plots on spot. Also, updated information related to these parcels of land is not available with the Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT), city survey department and collector office. We have taken decision to do assessment of these properties by naming unidentified owners. We will attach the copy of notice and demand notes on spot for a certain time period. Then, we will attach these plots followed by auction if owners fail to turn up.”

              The NMC’s revenue from property tax is likely to increase to Rs 300 crore if these open plots also brought under tax’s ambit.

              The number of open plots has increased in revaluation project. Earlier, there were around 50,000 open plots in the ambit of tax which increased to 1.1 lakh.

              Another major advantage from the revaluation drive is that all properties are now online and detailed information can be obtained on one click. Due to this system, the NMC has been able to issue annual demand notes in first quarter itself. Earlier, demand notes were issued up to December end. This is helping the NMC in getting revenue in early days of the financial year.

              Also, the taxpayers can see details of their properties and tax online.

              The number of commercial properties also increased in revaluation project. Tax of commercial properties is higher compared with residential.

              The civic body has done revaluation of existing properties and assessment of new properties by engaging two private agencies. One agency was appointed in November 2015 with target of completing the works within five years. The deadline lapsed in November 2020. The civic body held 20% of total payment of the agency and also levying fine for the delay.








              Nagpur: Properties under tax net rises from 4.5 lakh to 6.42 lakh, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate (indiatimes.com)

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                Nagpur civic body gives 5% rebate to 52,000 who paid property tax since July 1

                On August 6, municipal commissioner Radhakrishnan B had implemented the 5% rebate, which is the first-of-its-kind in the history of the civic body, from July 1 with retrospective effect.
                NAGPUR: The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has automatically given rebate of 5% in property tax to 52,420 people who paid their property tax for the current fiscal from July 1. Their property tax for the next fiscal has reduced by adjusting the rebate amount.

                On August 6, municipal commissioner Radhakrishnan B had implemented the 5% rebate, which is the first-of-its-kind in the history of the civic body, from July 1 with retrospective effect.

                Data with the NMC’s property tax department under deputy commissioner (revenue) Milind Meshram shows that 52,420 people paid tax of Rs 14.63 crore for the current fiscal between July 1 and August 17. Thus, the rebate works out to Rs61.46 lakh.

                The 5% rebate is applicable on NMC’s general tax and other components and not on components of the state government. In the normal course too, rebate is given for early payment only on general tax.

                Considering financial setback to majority of people due to Covid-19 pandemic, Radhakrishnan had come up with the rebate system to encourage early payment and give benefit to prompt taxpayers.

                Meshram told TOI that the taxpayers who will pay tax of current fiscal till December 31 will automatically get benefit instantly. “We have reduced tax by 5% in the system itself,” he said.

                Taxpayers will not get rebate on arrears. They will get rebate on paying tax of current fiscal.

                Majority of 9,248 of total 52,420 beneficiaries are from Hanuman Nagar zone, followed by 8,389 from Nehru Nagar Zone, 6,753 from Laxmi Nagar Zone, 6,051 from Lakadganj zone, 5,584 from Ashi Nagar Zone, 4,066 from Dharampeth Zone, 4,312 from Mangalwari Zone, 2,723 from Satranjipura zone, 2,673 from Gandhibagh zone and 2,621 from Dhantoli zone.

                Earlier, the NMC had implemented rebate of 10% for tax payment between April 1 and June 30. Around 51,000 taxpayers benefitted from the scheme. They had paid the tax even before receiving demand notes from NMC.











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                  Reserve price for Air India office in Nagpur lowered to Rs 33 crore

                  The reserve price for the office — spread in an area of 27,200 square feet — has been lowered by 10% to Rs 33.3 crore. In the first round, the base price was fixed at Rs 37 crore. Representative Image NAGPUR: After finding no takers during the first round of bids which took place in July, Air India has lowered the reserve price for selling off its booking office in the city. It is going under the hammer along with other properties across the country as part of airlines’ divestment plans.

                  Originally known as the Indian Airlines office, the premises at Civil Lines near the Institute of Science has been a landmark since years. At a time when only the rich could afford flying, for many passers-by even entering the premises was a dream come true.

                  The reserve price for the office — spread in an area of 27,200 square feet — has been lowered by 10% to Rs 33.3 crore. In the first round, the base price was fixed at Rs 37 crore. Although there were a number of inquiries, no one bid for the property when the e-auction too place on July 8. The second round has been scheduled on September 23 with the lowered rate.

                  Pankaj Roshan, a real estate broker, said this is one of the prime properties of Nagpur. “A complex may change the face of the road,” he said.

                  The building with a red-brick façade has been standing since 1992. The earlier office was near Sandipani School, also at Civil lines. Work on the building had begun in 1988-89. The premises at present has a built up area of 6,000 square feet and houses 10 staff.

                  The employees here remember the times during the heydays of Air India and Indian Airlines. “This used to be a busy place in the 1990s. The parking lot used to be full with all high-end cars,” remembers Vasant Barde, the station manager, who has been here since 1992.

                  Buying a ticket used to be an event. “People used to come here with their families and also enjoy the ambience that used to be there,” recollects Barde.

                  It also housed the Air India office after the merger in 2007. Air India earlier had its office in Sadar.

                  Once again the office here saw some hectic activity during the pandemic. Bookings for flight under the air bubble arrangement happened here. “Even though direct booking could happen, many came down here because it was difficult to get complete information elsewhere,” said Barde.

                  “During the times when there was much uncertainty about the timing and schedule, staffers at the office were ready to help the customers. Even today bookings happen at the counters and customers also come for revalidation of tickets, cancellations and other issues,” he said.

                  Soon the charm declined after the agents got booking portals and other airlines came in, said an agent.

                  There were talks to hand the property over to the Nagpur Metro and retain a part of it. However, this did not work out. “A PSU oil company also had plans to take over it,” said sources.









                  Reserve price for Air India office in Nagpur lowered to Rs 33 crore, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate (indiatimes.com)


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                    Nagpur civic body regularized unauthorized layout, plots for 20 months without authority

                    ​To avoid inconvenience to people, the state government has reportedly assured to come up with a plan where the decisions taken by the civic body will be regularized.
                    NAGPUR: The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) regularized unauthorized layout, plots and sanctioned building plans under the Gunthewari Act for nearly 20 months, without having the power to do so.

                    To avoid inconvenience to people, the state government has reportedly assured to come up with a plan where the decisions taken by the civic body will be regularized.

                    This problem came to fore in a letter sent by municipal commissioner Radhakrishnan B to state’s urban development department (UDD) a few days ago. The civic chief wrote, “Government appointed NIT as planning authority for control and regularization under Gunthewari Act on December 6, 2002. The government had given powers of planning authority of seven schemes of NIT to NMC on August 27, 2019. Then, the government on April 9, 2021, again made NIT planning authority for seven schemes. There is no clarity on the planning authority for areas under Gunthewari Act. Therefore, we are expecting clarity from the government,” he said.

                    In the same letter, Radhakrishnan has given reference of a meeting held between officials of UDD, NMC and NIT. Officials told TOI, “NMC was made sole planning authority of the city. Also, NIT sent all files pending under the Gunthewari Act. Therefore, NMC undertook regularization.”

                    In the meeting, principal secretary of UDD made it clear NMC was not given power to regularize unauthorized layouts and plots under Gunthewari Act. UDD directed NMC to send list of layouts and plots on which NMC took decision between August 27, 2019, and April 9, 2021. Accordingly, NMC has sent the list. The government is chalking out a plan to regularize decisions taken by NMC.

                    As per list sent to the government, the civic body has regularized one unauthorized layout at mouza Hazaripahad and 1,244 unauthorized plots, and sanctioned building plans on 2,140 regularized plots in 20 months. NMC earned revenue of Rs106.73 crore from these decisions.

                    Though NMC is yet to receive any reply in writing from the government, it has reportedly transferred all files to NIT, which has resumed its service.

                    West Nagpur MLA Vikas Thakre, also city Congress president, said it is a major irregularity and violation by NMC officials so action should be taken against all responsible officials. “BJP-led government had placed people in problem by taking confused decisions. Such situation would have never arisen had the government taken proper decision in 2019. NIT was not dissolved despite big announcements. Our government will regularize all decisions of NMC in the interest of people. It will cause problems if the people will have to again complete process and pay charges. NMC should transfer charges of Rs106.73 crore to NIT as soon as possible,” he said.

                    BJP city president Pravin Datke, also MLC, said, “NIT chairman and municipal commissioner are IAS officers and responsible to interpret the government’s directives and give services. I don’t want to enter into any politics. Dissolution of NIT is the only solution to put an end to all these problems. Therefore, all public representatives should come on one platform and ensure dissolution of NIT.”








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                      Around 50% of 12 metre or wider roads in city still have potholes

                      Proshun Chakraborty / TNN / Nov 18, 2021, 04:35 IST


                      Nagpur: Around 50% of 12-metre-wide and above roads in the city are in bad condition and full of potholes. The city has around 113 tar roads which are 12-metre-wide or above. Of them, 56 roads are in bad shape, according to a report compiled by the Nagpur Municipal Corporation’s public works department.

                      Highest number of bad tar roads are situated under Lakadganj zone where 11 out of 9 roads are in bad condition and roads in Hanuman Nagar area are in the best condition with just one out of 11 are bad shape. The hotmix department claimed to have carried out patchwork on most of the roads in Lakadganj zone.

                      In Gandhibagh zone, there are around 15 tar roads of 12-metre-wide or above. The department have repaired seven but nine roads are still in bad condition. In Mangalwari zone too eight of 10 roads are in bad condition. Though the department has carried out patchwork in almost all stretches but five are in worst condition and need complete renovation.
                      Under Dharampeth zone, of the 27 different stretches, six roads are in worst condition.

                      Sources in the NMC blamed the elected representatives for the worsening condition of roads in the city. “They only concentrate and ensure pothole-free roads in residential areas, while the major thoroughfares remain negligected,” sources said.

                      A senior official from the NMC’s PWD said that the civic body has taken up the job of repairing potholes on war-footing basis.

                      “Besides, this we have shortlisted 14 roads which will be renewed completely,” he said, while there are proposals to convert four tar roads into cement concretization. Similarly, Nagpur Improvement Trust and state’s public works department too will either renew the existing tar roads or may convert them into cement roads, the official said.

                      The code of conduct imposed for MLC election has also affected the renewal of several roads in the city. The tender invitation process of many roads got stalled due to the model code of conduct came into force, admitted the official.

                      To a query, the official said that in anticipation of the MLC polls, the NMC had completed the tender process of renovation of Civil Lines roads. Even the work is under progress, the official said.










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