Chandigarh Housing Board gives Rs 1K prize for online payment of Rs 7

Chandigarh Housing Board gives Rs 1K prize for online payment of Rs 7

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, March 5

To encourage online payments, the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) has decided to continue with monthly reward of Rs1,000 each to 10 online payment transactions during the whole year of 2021.

A computerised draw to decide 10 winners for January was held today. Among the winners, the lowest online payment was of Rs7 only and four winners are from Maloya, three from Dhanas, two from Sector-38 (W) and one from Sector 41. These 10 winners included nine allottees of small flats and one commercial unit allottee.

Yashpal Garg, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), CHB, said the board had introduced the facility of online payment of all kinds of dues and now the allottees are not required to visit the office. They can pay their dues online by visiting the website of the housing board: www.chbonline.in.

Online payments can be made through net banking, debit cards and credit cards, without any extra charge. In February, a total of Rs1.32 crore was deposited through 1,630 online transactions, he said, and added that it was the highest ever collection through the online payment system.

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