Civic body starts online collection of water, sewerage charges in Patiala

Civic body starts online collection of water, sewerage charges in Patiala

Tribune News Service

Patiala, February 19

The Municipal Corporation (MC) has started online collection of the water and sewerage charges from residents in the city. The civic body is already running digital platform for the property tax collection. Officials in the MC said out of 42,000 households in the city paying Rs1 crore as water and sewerage charges 12,000 had registered for the online payment of dues.

Owners of houses of size upto 125 square yard are exempt from the payment of water and sewerage bills.

Mayor Sanjeev Kumar Sharma said, “Residents will get their water and sewerage bills on their mobile phones registered with the MC. They can pay bills online on the corporation’s portal.”

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