Failed to pay developer tax: Failed to pay developer tax Gurgaon News

GURGAON: The MCG on Wednesday sealed a tower of Ireo Gurgaon Hill Society in Golpahari after the builder failed to pay the outstanding property and fire tax of Rs 50 lakh. There are 10 vacant apartments in this tower. The taxation department here on Wednesday also sealed a commercial building with property tax arrears of Rs 30 lakh and a restaurant in Bilola village with arrears of Rs 26 lakh. And asked them to pay their property tax dues. The buildings were sealed as the owners failed to pay property tax,” said Laxman Das, Zonal Taxation Officer-3, MCG. The civic body has launched a drive against property tax defaulters and the drive will continue across the city, officials said on Wednesday. If the defaulters fail to pay dues even after sealing, the properties are auctioned. According to estimates, the civic body should earn Rs 500 crore from property tax. However, only Rs 210 crore has been collected from April 1, 2023 to January 31, 2024 – just 42 percent of the target. Officials added that the civic body had recently sent 505 notices to defaulters asking them to settle unpaid dues, but most of them claimed there were discrepancies in the figures.

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