Message to tax officer, requested response in three days

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Pubic. On the question of the allocation of 22 stores of the Shamli Municipal Council without auction, the executive officer informed the tax officer and asked for an answer within three days.
Pankaj Gupta, Anil Upadhyay, Rajeev Goyal and City Councilor’s husband Nishikant Sangal allotted the stores on the first floor in front of the new market in town without auctioning them off. On Tuesday, the four members called for action in the clearing up of the matter after investigations into the officials. In violation of the rules, councilors announced that two businesses were in the name of the wife of a community worker, one business in the name of the daughter of the councilor, and five businesses in the name of a member’s family.
The city councils had demanded that, with the consent of some city councils and community employees, business be secretly allocated and that no information be given to them in this regard. After the question of the allocation of business came to light, there was excitement among the city workers.
The community executive officer, Surendra Singh, said that a notice had been given to the community tax officer, Laxman Kumar, of the case. In the notification, the tax officer was asked for information, on whose instructions the receipt for the allocation of transactions was withdrawn. He was asked to submit his answer within three days.

Pubic. On the question of the allocation of 22 stores of the Shamli Municipal Council without auction, the executive officer informed the tax officer and asked for an answer within three days.

Pankaj Gupta, Anil Upadhyay, Rajeev Goyal and City Councilor’s husband Nishikant Sangal allotted the stores on the first floor in front of the new market in town without auctioning them off. On Tuesday, the four members called for action in the clearing up of the matter after investigations into the officials. In violation of the rules, councilors announced that two businesses were in the name of the wife of a community worker, one business in the name of the daughter of the councilor, and five businesses in the name of a member’s family.

The city councils had demanded that, with the consent of some city councils and community employees, business be secretly allocated and that no information be given to them in this regard. After the question of the allocation of business came to light, there was excitement among the city workers.

The community executive officer, Surendra Singh, said that a notice had been given to the community tax officer, Laxman Kumar, of the case. In the notification, the tax officer was asked for information, on whose instructions the receipt for the allocation of transactions was withdrawn. He was asked to submit his answer within three days.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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