One of the fastest growing Tier III cities in India -Future IT and Aviation city - Companies like Boeing, Satyam computers, HCL, Dell, Hexaware, DLF, Ascendas etc. has already finalized their projects. Adjacent to IT SEZ(Wardha Road – NH7) is Proposed International Cargo HUB(MIHAN – Multimodal International Hub Airport at Nagpur, (www.madcindia.org ), which is first and only such kind of project in the country being developed in Nagpur by a joint venture between Maharashtra Airport Development Corporation (MADC) and the Airport Authority of India (AAI). Second Capital and third big city in Maharashtra. Nearby is the new VCA cricket stadium.
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  • Rent of Nagpur civic body shops to increase 8-10 times

    The standing panel has decided to revise the rent of NMC owned commercial establishments, especially shops, platforms and open spaces.
    Proshun Chakraborty | TNN | Jul 15, 2016, 02.30 PM IST


    NAGPUR: Businessmen using Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) shops and properties should be ready to shell out higher rent, as the cash strapped civic body is all set to hike rent by up to 10 times. Confirming the move, standing committee chairman Sudhir Raut said the decision was taken in a standing committee meeting on Thursday.
    The standing panel has decided to revise the rent of NMC owned commercial establishments, especially shops, platforms and open spaces. The revision of rents will be fixed on the basis of Ready Reckoner rates, he said. Citing an example, he said the rent of Gokulpeth market will increase by 10 times, while the rent of NMC property at Kamal Chowk will be revised by 7 to 8 times.

    Statistics available from the market department show that NMC owns 4,431 commercial establishments, including 2,485 shops, 834 galas and 1,419 open spaces in prime locations like Sitabuldi, Gokulpeth, Itwari, Cotton Market etc. The total revenue NMC earns from these commercial establishments is a modest Rs4.79 crore for the entire financial year.

    A senior official told TOI that NMC has allotted 75 shops, 52 galas and 112 open spaces at Gokulpeth Market. The minimum rent of the shops is Rs390 per year and maximum Rs40,000 per year. The officer explained the maximum rent of Rs40,000 per year was due to transfer of ownership of a couple of shops, which are around 350-500 sq ft. As per norms, the rent has to be hiked every year, but NMC has not taken any efforts to revise rents and as a result shopkeepers continue to pay a low annual rent.

    Such instances are not restricted to just Gokulpeth. NMC is collecting rent of Rs2 per sq ft for a few shops at Lakadganj Loha Oli, the well-known commercial area for iron and wood. The rent of a shop measuring 262 sq ft in the wholesale grain market — Itwari Kadbi Bazaar — is Rs5,040 per year. The rent in other market places like Yeshwant Stadium too is very low.

    The revision of rates is expected to increase NMC revenue from the market department by almost 5 times, from the existing Rs4.79 crore to Rs26 crore, said the official.

    Camp for NMC market tenants

    A camp for license holders of NMC owned markets has been organized at Panjabrao Deshmukh Hall on July 17 from 9.45am to 5.45pm. This will provide an opportunity for the license holders to renew their market shop license, which has not been done for a year. They have been told to present the prescribed application and necessary documents. The documents will be checked and action will be taken within 15 days of the camp, with a renewed agreement sent within a month. A list of the necessary documents is available at NMC office in Civil Lines and Zone no. 1 to 10 in the market department. The license holders are requested to be present at the camp and take advantage of the opportunity.








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  • Property tax: Relief this year, double load next in Nagpur

    The Congress-led opposition group has termed the decision as ‘cheating’ of the citizens and demanded that the ruling alliance to come clean before the taxpayers.
    Anjaya Anparthi | TNN | Jul 17, 2016, 08.32 AM IST

    NAGPUR: The BJP-led ruling alliance at the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has decided to recover property tax of current fiscal as per the old tax system, fearing a backlash in ensuing municipal elections. The tax amount is increasing two to seven times in the new tax system. For citizens, however, the relief is only temporary. All 5.34 lakh property taxpayers will have to pay the difference amount of two years at a time next year.

    The Congress-led opposition group has termed the decision as 'cheating' of the citizens and demanded that the ruling alliance to come clean before the taxpayers.

    The NMC had implemented the new tax system based on ready-reckoner value with effect from April 1, 2015. Taxpayers were supposed to get demand notes of 2015-16 as per the new system. The NMC had also come up with a self-assessment system in which taxpayers were asked to calculate their tax on their own and pay the difference amount of 2015-16. Very few taxpayers followed the NMC's missive.

    The NMC had announced time and again that the demand notes of 2016-17 will be prepared as per the new system along with the difference amount of 2015-16. Demand notes of around 1.50 of total 5.34 lakh were prepared. The department reportedly came to know that the tax amount of almost all taxpayers was going to increase to a great extent.

    Chairman of tax consultative committee Girish Deshmukh on Friday announced demand notes of 2016-17 will be also prepared as per old system. He did not reveal anything about the difference amount.

    NMC sources told TOI demand notes of 2016-17 have been prepared as per the old system but subject to the new system. "A note has been printed in the demand note, informing taxpayers about the situation. Taxpayers will have to pay the difference amount of 2015-16 and 2016-17 at a time in the next fiscal," sources said.

    For example, tax amount of a taxpayer is Rs1,000 per annum. The taxpayer's amount has increased to Rs4,000 per annum according to the new system. The taxpayer will now have to pay the difference amount of Rs6,000 along with tax amount of Rs4,000 in 2017-18. Thus, the taxpayer will have to ten times of the existing tax.

    Deshmukh accepted that taxpayers will have to pay the difference amount in 2017-18. "However, this has nothing to do with the upcoming elections. The demand notes are as per old system as NMC could not complete the revaluation of all the properties in time," he added.

    Congress corporator Praful Gudadhe alleged that BJP was cheating taxpayers. "Deshmukh cited reason of delay in revaluation of properties for the decision. It is totally incorrect as municipal commissioner Shravan Hardikar made a statement in the general body, in reply to my question, that the revaluation process had to be completed by August. Actually, the BJP knew the tax amount going to increase manifold as new system based on ready reckoner value. Therefore, BJP decided not to levy high tax in the current year fearing setback in elections and will recover the total amount after election," he said.





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  • Process to build 21,365 flats under Housing For All scheme begins in Nagpur

    NIT chairman Deepak Mhaisekar, superintending engineer Sunil Gujjalwar, executive engineer (housing) PN Pagrut, engineers Pankaj Patil and PP Dhankar inspected the sites.
    Anjaya Anparthi | TNN | Jul 25, 2016, 11.30 AM IST

    NAGPUR: The Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) has started the process to construct 21,365 flats for lower income group (LIG) people under the central government's Housing For All scheme. Land has been identified at nine locations across the city for execution of the flat schemes.

    NIT chairman Deepak Mhaisekar, superintending engineer Sunil Gujjalwar, executive engineer (housing) PN Pagrut, engineers Pankaj Patil and PP Dhankar inspected the sites on Saturday.

    NIT had proposed to construct 50,000 flats under Housing For All. As per NIT's current plans, 21,365 flats will be constructed in two phases. Each flat will be 322.80 sq ft (30 sq m). Flat schemes will be G+4 floors. In the first phase, 9,019 flats will be constructed, 2,960 at Tarodi (khurd), Gonhi (sam) 1,760, Tarodi (budruk) 1,033 and Wathoda 598. In the second phase, NIT will construct 12,346 flats at Bharatwada; Punapur 4,195, Wanjari 5,142, Jaitala 1,139, Digdoh (devi) 1,416 and Sakkardara 454. NIT will come up with a plan for remaining 28,635 flats in the coming days.

    A NIT official told TOI the tendering process for geotechnical investigation of all nine lands has been started. "Private agencies will be appointed to study quality and strength of soil and other types of factors. Geotechnical investigation is likely to be completed within a month. Then the tendering process for construction of 9,019 flats of phase-I will kick off. Tentative deadline for beginning construction of flat schemes is fixed as September," he said.

    NIT is planning to construct flats at low cost. Under Housing For All scheme, the Centre will share Rs1.50 lakh while Rs1 lakh will come from the state for each flat. The beneficiary will have to bear the remaining cost. The beneficiaries will be offered loans with 15-year terms.

    Five types of technologies have been identified for construction of the flat schemes — precast, aluminium, conventional tunnel, prefabricated and wall panelling. The private companies will be asked to adopt one of the four technologies and quote the rates for construction.

    NMC and Maharashtra Housing Development Corporation (MHADA) have also proposed to construct flat schemes under Housing For All. In February, NMC had conducted a survey to identify needy people. However, NMC is yet to identify land for construction of flat schemes. Similarly, MHADA is also yet to come up with concrete plans.

    NMC had also planned to construct flat schemes for slum dwellers and people from economically weaker sections (EWS). Also, plans are on the anvil to provide financial assistance to needy people to convert kuccha structures to pucca, or complete abandoned structures or expand houses.

    IN A NUTSHELL

    * For lower income group people, the NIT will construct 21,365 flats

    * Nine locations in the city identified for the flat schemes

    * Inspection of these sites were done by NIT chairman and other officials on Saturday

    * Flat will be 322.80 sq ft and the scheme will be G+4 floors

    * The 21,365 flats will be constructed in two phases

    * Centre will give Rs1.50 lakh and state Rs1 lakh. Rest of the money will have to be borne by the beneficiary







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  • Income tax raids on infra firm D P Jain & realty firm Om Shiv Builcon in Nagpur
    D P Jain is engaged in works like building highways, airstrips, and irrigation projects.
    Shishir Arya | TNN | Jul 27, 2016, 12.30 PM IST

    NAGPUR: Taxmen swooped down on two city-based business groups — M/s D P Jain Private Limited, and Om Shiv Builcon Private Limited — on Tuesday. The companies are engaged in infrastructure and realty sectors respectively. It has been learnt that income tax searches and surveys were carried out in over 10 premises which included residences belonging to promoters of the two companies.

    D P Jain is engaged in works like building highways, airstrips, and irrigation projects. The company is headed by brothers Deepak and Girish Jain and has registered substantial growth in recent years. Om Shiv Buildcon too is headed by brothers — Ravindra, Shekhar and Pramod Kapse and has works at Besa Beltarodi and other parts of the city off Wardha Road. Three chartered accountants related to the infrastructure company have also been covered in the raid, said sources. D P Jain has its office near Law College Square and the other company is based at Khamla.

    The operations continued till late evening on Tuesday and are expected to be continued for a couple of days at least. Apart from Nagpur, premises in Delhi, Kolkata and Bhopal were also covered in the raid. The income tax department carried out a survey in the offices and searches were carried out in the residences at Dharampeth, Ram Nagar and Khamla. In a survey, the income tax department does not seize any of the assets but the books of accounts can be impounded. Assets such as cash and jewellery can be seized from the premises covered under search. The raid conducted on these two companies are independent of the income disclosure scheme 2016 launched by the ministry of finance.







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  • Nagpur is sitting on the time bomb of dying property deals that are gradually taking dubious turn! Over half a dozen real estate players in Nagpur have been defaulting on their commitment of doling out possession of homes to the customers who have been frustratingly healing the dream of moving into their homes for years on end. Reliable sources informed that many of the builders and developers in Nagpur have defaulted on bank loans and are on the verge of bankruptcy. The situation has indicated towards an alarming trend putting the investors’ huge money at high risk.
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  • Nagpur civic body proposes hike in building plan sanction fee
    The department has proposed 5% premium on prevailing ready reckoner rates for free Floor Space Index (FSI) for plot areas up to 1,180 sq m.
    TNN | Aug 11, 2016, 06.30 PM IST

    NAGPUR: The cash strapped NMC is trying everything to improve its financial condition, including revising fees of various services and departments. In the latest move, NMC's town planning department has proposed hike for sanctioned plans of buildings. The proposal will be tabled before the standing committee meeting scheduled for Thursday.

    The department has proposed 5% premium on prevailing ready reckoner rates for free Floor Space Index (FSI) for plot areas up to 1,180 sq m. The department has proposed 10% hike for plot areas between 180 sq m and 500 sq m. Similarly, it proposes to increase sanction plan to 15% for plots admeasuring 500 sq m and above. The department has suggested hike in premium for balcony, fire safety and public safety and other areas too, from the present 5% to 12.50% for plot area between 180 sq m and 500 sq m, and from present 10% to 25% for plot size above 500 sq m.

    Simultaneously, the department has suggested hike in premium charges for relaxation in height and set back distance too.

    As per the proposal, builders and developers will have to shell out higher fees for double height and alternate terrace. The building map registration fees will be increased from Rs200 to Rs2,000. The late fees for renovation of building has also been hiked from Rs100 per month to Rs500. The civic body will charge hefty amount from compounding of illegal buildings and violation of sanctioned plans.

    However, there would be no change in charges for stocking construction material. The department has also proposed not to revise mandatory deposit against plantation of trees and conservation.

    Besides this, the civic administration, especially the public works department, has submitted proposals to construct roads, retaining wall at a nullah in Sarvashree Nagar of prabhag number 61, and other works worth Rs8.33 crores.








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  • Nagpur is sitting on the time bomb of dying property deals that are gradually taking dubious turn! Over half a dozen real estate players in Nagpur have been defaulting on their commitment of doling out possession of homes to the customers who have been frustratingly healing the dream of moving into their homes for years on end. Reliable sources informed that many of the builders and developers in Nagpur have defaulted on bank loans and are on the verge of bankruptcy. The situation has indicated towards an alarming trend putting the investors’ huge money at high risk.
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  • Slum women to get joint land ownership with men in Nagpur
    Fadnavis took the decision following suggestion from city MP and union minister for road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari.
    Anjaya Anparthi | TNN | Aug 25, 2016, 06.00 PM IST

    NAGPUR: In a first-of-its-kind decision in the state, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis has decided to give ownership rights of the land to women along with the men when regularizing slum areas. The decision has been taken along with the policy decision to regularize slums on properties owned by Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT).

    Fadnavis took the decision following suggestion from city MP and union minister for road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari. It is likely that the same decision will be taken in relation to regularization of slums situated across the state in the coming days.

    The state's urban development department issued a notification on August 24, amending the NIT Land Disposal Act 1983. As per the notification, around 52 slums that came up on NIT lands will be regularized. Around 70,000 citizens are likely to benefit from the decision. Most of these slums are situated in East, North and South Nagpur. All residents will get ownership rights (patte) from NIT after completing the necessary processes.

    Expressing gratitude towards Fadnavis and Gadkari, East Nagpur MLA Krishna Khopde told TOI that it was a historic decision in the state, and will become a role model across the nation. "Government issues ownership rights to slum-dwellers for their upliftment and provides basic amenities on humanitarian grounds. It has come to fore that some men sell out the ownership rights without intimating their better halves. This leaves the poor families struggling to find a roof and basic amenities once again. This decision will ensure social security for women and children residing in slums," he said.

    "The name of the children will be added in case there is no woman in a family. Name of only the woman will be registered in case there is no man in the family," Khopde said. He added that Gadkari had suggested this in the meeting held by the CM on January 30, 2015.

    The slum-dwellers have more reason to cheer. NIT had proposed to recover 50% of ready reckoner charges for regularization of residential structures in slums and 100% of the ready reckoner value to regularize commercial structures. However, as per the notification, no charges will be recovered from slum-dwellers falling in SC, ST and OBC category. The same will be applicable for shanties with an area of 500 sq ft or less. Thus, almost all properties will fall in these two conditions. NIT can recover 100% ready reckoner value in case of commercial structure.

    NIT has to prepare layout and regularize the shanties. Also, NIT has been directed to ensure reservations if any in the respective properties. The state government, NMC and NIT can execute development works in these slum areas.

    Khopde also said the government has exempted controversial norm of forming a cooperative society and obtaining I-cards for regularization of slums, which will help around 70,000 citizens.

    'PROVIDE MARKET PLACE FOR FARMERS'

    For welfare and development of farmers, the state's urban development department has made it mandatory for municipal corporations and councils to make available three or four grounds for farmers to sell their agriculture produce every Saturday and Sunday. The market places can also be made available in the premises of civic bodies or recognized market areas. Also, the civic bodies will have to construct temporary sheds and provide basic amenities for farmers in the identified market areas.








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  • Originally Posted by pratap123
    Nagpur is sitting on the time bomb of dying property deals that are gradually taking dubious turn! Over half a dozen real estate players in Nagpur have been defaulting on their commitment of doling out possession of homes to the customers who have been frustratingly healing the dream of moving into their homes for years on end. Reliable sources informed that many of the builders and developers in Nagpur have defaulted on bank loans and are on the verge of bankruptcy. The situation has indicated towards an alarming trend putting the investors’ huge money at high risk.


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  • Originally Posted by Gootelal
    List of winners of the ABP News-IPSOS Best City Survey and Awards 2013

    1. Best City 2013 -Public Transport: Nagpur
    2. Best City 2013-Power Availability: Mumbai
    3. Best City 2013-Affordable Housing : Madurai
    4. Best City 2013-Roads: Delhi
    5. Best City 2013-Law & Order: Rajkot
    6. Best Tourist Friendly City 2013: Nashik
    7. Best Green City 2013: Nagpur
    8. Best City for Health Care Services 2013: Nagpur
    9. Best City for Primary Education 2013: Delhi
    10. Best City-Women Safety 2013: Rajkot
    11. Best City-Efficient Traffic Management 2013: Pune
    12. Best City-Cleanliness and Sanitation 2013: Rajkot
    13. Best City to Live in 2013: Nagpur



    11. Best City-Efficient Traffic Management 2013: Pune -
    LOL :D Now I understand what to infer from rest of the ratings.
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  • Hi Looking to invest in Nagpur for investment purpose with a time horizon of 5-10 years
    Reputed Builder, Gated Community with all modern amenties & within Nagpur City Limits
    Under- Construction is preferred

    Could you please share the top 5 Builder & their Projects underway in Nagpur

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  • Realtors' body CREDAI holds meet on low cost housing
    Contractor gave an insight into design and planning of affordable homes, giving a presentation on the low cost home projects executed by him.
    Shishir Arya | TNN | Sep 06, 2016, 06.30 PM IST

    NAGPUR: The Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Association of India (CREDAI) held a meet on planning and construction of affordable housing last week. Padma Bhushan awardee architect Hafeez Contractor was among the key speakers.

    Contractor gave an insight into design and planning of affordable homes, giving a presentation on the low cost home projects executed by him. He said proper planning can reduce the cost of the project. He suggested that the government must simplify the laws related to this segment in order to ensure smooth execution of affordable hosing projects. He suggested having the Hyderabad Pattern which allows free floor space index (FSI). Under the pattern, there are plans to build 2 crore homes by 2022.

    Contractor suggested that government should also reduce taxes on such projects. Later, speaking on the occasion, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) commissioner Shravan Hardikar said that the civic body had recently conducted a demand-supply ratio analysis of affordable homes under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. In 60 days, the NMC got 60,000 applications out of which 45,000 applications were submitted along with documents.

    NIT chairperson Deepak Mhaisekar referred to his stint as a commissioner in Nanded region where an affordable housing project was successfully executed. The planning and design concept including land pooling in metro region was also discussed.








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  • Now get max 2.95 FSI in Nagpur by paying premium to civic bodies The premium will be charged at the rate of 60% of ready reckoner value for residential constructions and at the rate of 90% for commercial constructionsAshish Roy | TNN | Sep 24, 2016, 04.00 PM IST


    NAGPUR: The urban development department (UDD) has given a green signal to Nagpur Municipal Corporation's (NMC's) policy of increasing floor to space index (FSI) by paying premium to it or Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT). However, instead of allowing 33% extra FSI, the government has allowed a flat increase of 0.3. This policy is only applicable for non-congested areas.

    The premium will be charged at the rate of 60% of ready reckoner value for residential constructions and at the rate of 90% for commercial constructions. Half of the premium collected by NMC or NIT will go to the state government.

    This additional FSI can be availed for new constructions as well as for existing buildings, but only on producing a stability certificate. In case of an existing building, erection of columns in the mandatory open space will not be allowed. No relaxation in the required open space, parking and other requirements will be allowed in grant of additional FSI.

    The total FSI can also be increased by buying transferred development rights (TDR) from the open market. The government had declared TDR policy in January this year. The extent of additional construction permitted by buying TDR depends on the road width. The maximum FSI would be 2.95. This is only for plots having an area of more than 1,000 square metre and situated on a road with width of 30 metre or more. There are very few such plots in the city and builders will have to go for amalgamation by buying adjoining plots. If a plot is less than 1,000 square metre in area and lies on road that is between 9 and 12 metre wide then it will get FSI of 1.7.

    The policy has also made a provision for extra FSI to buildings which are more than thirty years old and situated on roads less than 9 metre wide. In such buildings, 0.2 premium FSI has been permitted. If NMC proposes to develop bus rapid transport system (BRTS) along a road that is 24 metre wide, then premium FSI of 0.5 over above the additional FSI will be allowed.

    The premium FSI will not be permissible for certain type of constructions. One of them is slum rehabilitation authority (SRA) schemes. Educational, medical, IT park etc, which have already consumed extra FSI as permitted under other schemes, will also not get this FSI.






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  • Forum orders Nagpur real estate firm to return Rs 84 lakh to investors The forum has ordered return of Rs 84.17 lakh collectively to the 16 investors with interest and Rs 20,000 each as charges for the mental harassment caused.Abhilash Botekar | TNN | Sep 26, 2016, 12.01 PM IST

    NASHIK: The district consumer forum has ordered a real estate company from Nagpur to return the investments by 16 customers in Nashik for failing to provide land as per its promise.

    The forum has ordered return of Rs 84.17 lakh collectively to the 16 investors with interest and Rs 20,000 each as charges for the mental harassment caused.

    As many as 16 investors from Nashik had invested in the scheme of plots floated by the company promising piece of land in Sinnar taluka. The scheme was floated in 2012 and the investors invested money turn-by-turn. All the 16 investors had registered cases individually with the consumer forum.

    "We have been repeatedly asking the company to clear our issues by registering the land in our name, but there has been no response from them. We were fed up and hence, registered our complaint with the consumer forum on March 11, 2016," Sunita Sudhakar Patil, one of the 16 complainants, said.

    The consumer forum, in its order last week, stated "... It is observed that the consumers had paid the amounts to the respondent (Phoenix Infra Estate International Limited, Nagpur), which the respondent has not denied. Since they did not appear before the forum for hearing any time, we have reached the conclusion that the real estate company has failed to honour its commitment. We, therefore, order the company to return the investment to the investors along with reimbursement for mental harassment."

    Along with the firm, Jitesh Narayan Nashine from Wardha, Ahmed Jivani and Vijay Gautam from Nagpurand Motilal Bondbuche from Bhandara were made respondents in the case. While they pleaded not guilty in the case as they were either employed with the company or were only agents, the company failed to reply to any of the allegations against it.

    "The complainant has presented the receipts of payments made to the company and has on oath said that the company had promised to register a piece of land on their respective names. But the fact, as it seems, is that the respondents (company) never turned up to stand by its commitment. We, therefore, order the respondents to return the dues and at the same time compensate for the physical and mental harassment," the order in each of the 16 cases, said.

    The order said that the dues to investor should be returned with 12% rate of interest and at the same time, Rs 20,000 as compensation for mental harassment and Rs 5,000 as for the costs incurred to each of the complainant.







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