There is a new rule made by the North Delhi Municipality that people who are above the age of 100 do not need to pay their property taxes. This move has received widespread criticism.
Noida, 3rd March 2017: If by any chance that you live in North Delhi, here’s a motivating force for you to extend your life to 100 years. The North Delhi Municipal Corporation proposes to exclude every senior citizen who has lived an era of 100 years from paying property taxes.
What is Goel’s Reaction on this Matter?
This unusual proposition, with city body slated to go to polls in a couple of months, in a split second welcomed widespread criticism. Mukesh Goel, pioneer of the opposition in the organization has smoldered that the present budget session is just observing melodrama. The veteran has asked some important questions like “What number of senior nationals will you discover who are 100 years or more seasoned?
How is this spending proposition going to help individuals?”
Goel is simply angered by the declarations made by Parvesh Wahi, the executive of the civic body’s standing committee. While finishing the financial plan for 2017-18 on January 20, Goel included, “There is no vision and no awareness of responsibility for making the organization monetarily free.”
How is Wahi Justifying His Work?
Wahi additionally proposed measures, for example, giving cell phones to Safai Karam Charis, regularization of 6,000 daily workers, creating flower parks at the ward level, building 500 toilets for ladies in each ward and arranging a month to month wellbeing camp for women in every ward.
In clarification, Wahi stated, “We need to outfit Safai Karam Charis with cell phones to fortify sanitation administrations. This will get in touch with them specifically on the grounds that we will put their telephone numbers in broad daylight area. Additionally, we propose to regularize the arrangements of 6,000 daily wagers against opportunities in different divisions and give them protection cover.”
Wahi guaranteed that the plans to give cell phones to sanitation specialists and build toilets would be proficient in the current financial period. “We propose to develop two ladies’ toilets and one for contrastingly abled individuals in each ward,” he said.
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