Press Reporter News Service
Yamunanagar, October 6
After struggling a loss in crores, the Municipal Company, Yamunanagar-Jagadhri (MCYJ) has lastly woken up from its deep slumber and floated tenders for 100 commercial websites after three years.
The MCYJ will earn round Rs 23.5 crore as lease from these 100 commercial websites in three years. In line with info, a number of corporations had reportedly put their commercials on hoarding buildings and constructing boards illegally with out taking permission from the MCYJ, inflicting an enormous income loss to the state exchequer.
Ashok Kumar of Panchkula, who offers within the commerce of outside media commercials in Haryana, had lodged a grievance on the CM Window portal on Might 28, 2021 alleging that this unlawful enterprise of placing up commercials continued from April 2018 to April 2021 as throughout this era no tender was floated by the MCYJ on this connection.
He had alleged that as per the provisions of the Haryana commercial bylaws notified by the state authorities on March 28, 2018 and additional charges notified on Might 21, 2019, the losses of income to the MCYJ is about Rs 50 crores up to now three years (from April 2018 to April 2021). The MCYJ authorities have not too long ago floated tenders for 100 commercial websites, together with 75 unipole hoarding commercial websites in twin cities of Yamunanagar and Jagadhri. The tenders of those 100 commercial websites will probably be for 3 years and the MCYJ is anticipated to get Rs 23.50 crore as lease throughout this era.“We’re making efforts to extend the revenue of the MCYJ. We’re anticipated to get Rs 23.50 crore as income from the recognized 100 commercial websites in three years,” stated Ajay Singh Tomar, Commissioner of the MCYJ. Ashok Kumar, Deputy Municipal Commissioner, stated that they had arrange a separate cell within the lease department to cope with works associated to commercials.