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Telangana: Rs.101 lakh worth penalties levied for deviations in self-assessment

Published: 16th Jul 2021 6:45 pm

Hyderabad: Municipalities and Municipal Corporations have launched an exercise to identify deviations from self-assessments made by building owners and have levied Rs.101 lakh in penalties so far for different violations. So far, 9,965 self-assessments were inspected by officials in 78 ULBs across the State. Among these, deviations were identified in 177 self-assessments in 19 ULBs that attracted Rs.101 lakh in penalties.

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In a statement issued here on Friday, the Commissioner and Director, Municipal Administration Satyanarayana said the inspections in ULBs will be taken up regularly. Building owners were urged to be cautious while making self-assessment of property tax and upload correct information during assessment.

As per section 94 of the Telangana Municipalities Act 2019, owners can take up self-assessment of a building for new construction or re-construction, which is not assessed in the municipal records. They can submit an online self-certification along with documents, sanctioned plan copies and property details on https://emunicipal.telangana.gov.in/ website and pay the tax to respective ULB.

Individual, who makes self-assessment, will be responsible for furnishing the information. After completion of self-assessment, an audit will be conducted for self-assessment made by the property owners.

In case, any deviation or violation is identified during the audit, the Municipal Commissioner will correct the assessment and levy the revised tax. In addition to collecting the actual tax, one-time penalty, which will be 25 times on actual tax, will be levied for filing incorrect certification and initiate penal action as well.


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