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KDMC seals 22 flats over Rs 10.5 crore dues


KALYAN: The Kalyan-Dombivli Municipal Corporation sealed 22 residences in Nirmal Lifestyle, Ambivli, on Thursday for not paying open land tax of Rs 10.five crore. Officials mentioned the fee were pending for several years.

Despite repeated makes an attempt, the developer used to be unavailable for remark. Officials mentioned the developer were one of the most outstanding defaulters. The residences were to be auctioned ultimate month however the developer made out a cheque of Rs 6.five crore to the KDMC as section fee. On depositing the cheque, the KDMC found the developer had issued stop-payment instructions to the financial institution.


“After that our tax officer Vinay Kulkarni knowledgeable KDMC leader Govind Bodke, who finally decided to seal the residences,” PRO, KDMC, Prasad Thakur mentioned.


After Bodke’s order, the KDMC group led by ward officer Sudhir Mokal took possession of the residences. “We have additionally served a realize to the developer beneath asking to pay money on the earliest,” Mokal mentioned.


After Bodke took charge, motion on defaulters has ended in KDMC revenue expanding by Rs 164 crore in a monetary yr.




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