Property tax data: ‘Grievous lapses’: MCG issues notices to 10 clerks for delay in resolving complaints Gurgaon News

Gurgaon: Released by MCG. Show Cause Notice 10 to clerks for not solving Objections The property owners have filed for their rectification. Property tax data. Objections were registered on the state government’s no-dues certificate portal, however, MCG clerks did not address the complaints as per instructions, causing inconvenience to residents.
declare it’Serious error‘, the MCG staff has now been asked to explain the reasons for not removing the residents’ objections.
In the notices, which were issued recently, the MCG directed the clerks to work in accordance with the guidelines and standard operating procedures issued by the Urban Local Bodies Department (ULB). The MCG has also sent the list of erring staff, who failed to resolve the objections, to the ULB department.
We have issued 10 notices to the clerks for not removing the objections of the residents. Clear instructions have been given by the ULB to redress the grievances and correct the property tax figures as the residents are facing inconvenience.
“It has been observed by DULB, Panchkula that in some cases the objections were wrongly returned by you to the citizen (property owner). This is causing dissatisfaction and great inconvenience to the property owner. Happening… Thus it appears that you are not performing your duties with diligence and dedication. You are totally unable and negligent in discharging your duties honestly. There is a serious negligence and unconscionability in exercising due diligence,” read the show cause notice.
The civic body has given the erring clerks two weeks to submit their reply, failing which action will be taken against them. Meanwhile, residents said that the accuracy of property tax data has become a major threat as the data is not corrected despite several visits to the MCG office.
A survey by a private agency in January last year found that 5.14 lakh properties come under the purview of MCG. After the survey was completed, residents complained that the new property IDs generated contained incorrect details, creating a database of their properties. Inaccurate databases also resulted in water bills being issued with incorrect details and in some cases residents not receiving bills.
We have also recently published the following articles.

Repair the entire Pattodi road, not just the broken strip, residents urged the MCG.
The condition of the Pataudi road in Gurgaon has deteriorated in recent months, with an increasing number of potholes causing problems for residents and commuters. A contractor hired by MCG has been slow in repairing the road leading to traffic disruptions and accidents. Industrialists and residents have requested that the entire road be re-carpeted to avoid further accidents and production disruptions. MCG plans to lay sewerage lines in the area but will re-carpet the road only after the sewerage line is completed. The repair work is expected to be completed in a month and a half.
Negotiations failed, MCG sanitation workers will continue the agitation.
Sanitation workers in Gurgaon, India continue their protest after a meeting with MCG Commissioner PC Meena did not yield positive results. The workers are demanding more posts based on rehabilitating 3,480 workers, making workers permanent and increasing the city’s population. They plan to protest outside the MLA’s house and the Commissioner’s house. If the demands are not met, all MCG workers including those working under Haryana Rozgar Kaushal Nigam will go on strike. Activists say that there is a need to increase the number of sanitation workers to keep up with the increase in the city’s population.
MCG: If Ecogreen fails to step up, will hand over waste collection to RWAs.
The Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) has issued a notice to waste management company Ecogreen, directing them to improve door-to-door garbage collection in the city within a week. If Ecogreen fails to meet the requirements, MCG will assign the work to Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) at Ecogreen’s expense. The MCG has identified around 60 areas where residents have complained of irregular waste collection. Ecogreen has said it is collecting waste from most of the said areas and preparing a response to the notice. Tenders for collection of secondary waste have already been floated by MCG.

Leave a Comment

“The Untold Story: Yung Miami’s Response to Jimmy Butler’s Advances During an NBA Playoff Game” “Unveiling the Secrets: 15 Astonishing Facts About the PGA Championship”