Ban on the implementation of the store quota – Ban on the implementation of the store quota

Pubic. The question of allocating 22 stores without an auction in Shamli parish is getting deeper and deeper. The municipality executive officer issued a letter to the tax officer prohibiting the conduct of the allotment of business until the investigation is complete.
Councilors Anil Upadhyay, Rajiv Goyal, Pankaj Gupta and the councilor’s husband, Nishikant Sangal, had claimed that 22 stores on the first floor on Bhainswal Road were sold without auction against the rules about 10 days ago. Members complained and called for action against the culprits after the matter was investigated by BJP President Swatantradev Singh, Minister of State for Urban Development, Minister of State for Urban Development, Sugar Cane Minister Suresh Rana and additional Commissioner Saharanpur, etc.
In that case, the community executive officer Surendra Singh said that without prior notice and in light of the members’ complaint through a letter to tax officer Laxman Singh, he has stopped the implementation of the allotment pending the completion of the investigation.
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The clerk cut off the receipt for my order: Chairman
Parish chairwoman Anjana Bansal sent a letter to Surendra Singh, EO of the parish, about the ban on the implementation of business allotment. His copy was also sent to all members. In the letter, one shop in 22 shops was already auctioned on February 25, 2019. The auction process of the remaining 21 stores was conducted three times, but no bidder accepted the store. With the resolution Other (1) of the board meeting on January 22, 2021, he was authorized to set the premium of the business. He set the premium for 21 shops on June 2nd. At his request, the tax officer issued the receipt by deducting the receipt from the applications received in accordance with the fixed premium.
Allocation of business canceled
Complainant City Councilor Anil Upadhyay and City Councilor’s husband Nishikant Sangal said the community chairman accepted that the receipt for business allotment was deducted from his orders. Attempts were made to put pressure on them through letters. About two and a half years ago the allotted shop went for Rs 4 lakh. Now the remaining 21 stores were getting less than half the price. There is a demand that a fair investigation be commenced into this matter and that the allotment of business that is contrary to the rules be revoked. With regard to the allocation of stores, information was obtained from the municipality from the information officer that has not yet been made available to them.

Pubic. The question of allocating 22 stores without an auction in Shamli parish is getting deeper and deeper. The municipality executive officer has issued a letter to the tax officer prohibiting the conduct of the allotment of business until the investigation is complete.

Councilors Anil Upadhyay, Rajiv Goyal, Pankaj Gupta and the councilor’s husband, Nishikant Sangal, had claimed that 22 stores on the first floor on Bhainswal Road were sold without auction against the rules about 10 days ago. Members complained and called for action against the culprits after the matter was investigated by BJP President Swatantradev Singh, Minister of State for Urban Development, Minister of State for Urban Development, Sugar Cane Minister Suresh Rana and additional Commissioner Saharanpur, etc.

In that case, the community executive officer Surendra Singh said that without prior notice and in light of the members’ complaint through a letter to tax officer Laxman Singh, he has stopped the implementation of the allotment pending the completion of the investigation.

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The clerk cut off the receipt for my order: Chairman

Parish chairwoman Anjana Bansal sent a letter to Surendra Singh, EO of the parish, about the ban on the implementation of business allotment. His copy was also sent to all members. In the letter, one shop in 22 shops was already auctioned on February 25, 2019. The auction process of the remaining 21 stores was conducted three times, but no bidder accepted the store. With the resolution Other (1) of the board meeting on January 22, 2021, he was authorized to set the premium of the business. He set the premium for 21 shops on June 2nd. At his request, the tax officer issued the receipt by deducting the receipt from the applications received in accordance with the fixed premium.

Allocation of business canceled

Complainant City Councilor Anil Upadhyay and City Councilor’s husband Nishikant Sangal said the community chairman accepted that the receipt for business allotment was deducted from his orders. Attempts were made to put pressure on them through letters. About two and a half years ago the allotted shop went for Rs 4 lakh. Now the remaining 21 stores were getting less than half the price. There is a demand that a fair investigation be commenced into this matter and that the allotment of business that is contrary to the rules be revoked. With regard to the allocation of stores, information was obtained from the municipality from the information officer that has not yet been made available to them.

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