To make more and more people aware of the corona vaccination, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) is coming up with a unique scheme soon. Under this scheme, any property owner who will get the corona vaccinated with the whole family will be given an additional five percent exemption in property tax. In this regard, Mayor Jayaprakash says that this plan will be started from this week.
According to the information, the property tax department has already given a discount of 15 to 30 percent to the people on depositing property tax. People took full advantage of this till 31 March, due to which the Northern Corporation could collect the most revenue among the three corporations despite the Corona period and this time more revenue of Rs 100 crore than in the last financial year.
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In this regard, Mayor Jayaprakash says that a plan is being introduced to give five percent more exemption in property tax to bring awareness to the people about the vaccination of Corona and to get maximum revenue to the corporation.
He informed that under this scheme, every property owner who gets vaccinated with his family will be given 20% instead of 15% and 35% rebate instead of 30%.
The Mayor said that the purpose of the Northern Corporation behind this scheme is to bring awareness among the people about the vaccination of corona. Also, as many people collect property tax this is the second objective.
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Let us know that in view of the increasing Kovid-19 cases, the Kejriwal government has announced to impose a night curfew in the capital Delhi from 10 am to 5 am on Tuesday, 30 April.
According to the Delhi Health Department, 3,548 fresh cases of Kovid-19 were registered in the city on Monday, while 15 more people died. An official said that in view of the increasing COVID-19 cases in Delhi, the night curfew has been decided. The positivity rate in Delhi has also risen to 5.54 per cent in the last few weeks amid a surge in cases.