By Accommodation Times Bureau
On August 30, 2018, Chief of Nashik Municipal Corporation, Tukaram Mundhe, made a reduction of 50% in property tax. The decision is taken two days before a special general body meeting is likely to talk a no-confidence motion against Mundhe.
Earlier people had protested against Chief of NMC decision, to hike property tax, a source said. On August 29, Mundhe met CM and Girish Mahajan, Nashik District Guardian Minister, it added.
People are unhappy with the reduce property rate, can appeal against the decision within a time period of 21 days, Mundhe told the press.
On September 1, 2018, a special general body meeting of the Nashik civic body is likely to be held to discuss the motion moved against Mundhe by corporators.
On September 1, 2018, a special general body meeting of the Nashik civic body is likely to be held to discuss the motion moved against Mundhe by the Bhartiya Janata Party corporators. Mayor Ranjana Bhansi of BJP had said that citizens were unhappy with the NMC’s recent sudden hikes tax rates.
Mayor Rajana Bhansi said that for a property of 1,300 sq ft, the tax had gone up from Rs 3,400 to Rs 21,000, according to an agency.