Tribune News Service
Faridabad, October 12
Continuing its drive against the property tax defaulters the Municipal Corporation Faridabad (MCF) authorities today sealed another 19 commercial units for not paying their property tax to the tune of Rs 31.41 lakh. With around 115 units sealed earlier under the ongoing drive, the number of such units in the city has gone up to 134 so far.
Revealing the details of the sealing action carried out today, an official said 15 units located in the NIT zone and four units falling in the jurisdiction of Old Faridabad Zone which includes a cinema hall in the SRS Mall in Sector 12 have been sealed for not paying tax to the tune of Rs 31.41 lakh pending for the past many years. Three shops located in another mall in the same area have also been sealed.
Issuing an appeal of clearing all pending dues immediately, Yashpal Yadav , Commissioner, MCF, said the drive would continue till the recovery of the dues amounting to Rs 125 crore. He said the number of total units sealed so far in the past one week had gone up to 134 so far. The total pending tax towards the units sealed during the ongoing drive is around Rs. 1.66 crore, it is revealed.
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