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Schools to be exempted from Property Tax
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Schools to be exempted from Property Tax

Government to make necessary amendments as modalities are worked out

The State Government on Tuesday decided to exempt all schools in the State having classes upto SSC and also non governmental organizations doing social service from payment of property tax. The decision is applicable to both government and private schools, said the Minister for Municipal Administration A Ramanarayana Reddy. A definition for NGO for this purpose would be worked out.

Ramanarayana Reddy said an exercise was taken up for the rationalization of the property tax in case of others. Once the structure was finalized, amendments would be made to the relevant laws incorporating the changes. Speaking to media, he said that as decided earlier, Government treasuries would begin to pay salaries to all 40,949 employees of the municipalities and corporations from Wednesday.

The minister said a new master plan was prepared for GHMC as the existing two master plans, one for core area and the another for peripherals, lacked the cohesion. He said drinking water, drainage, sanitation and road facilities would be provided to all the 7,505 slums in the State by 2014, thus making the State slum free and steps would be taken to ensure round the clock supply in all the municipal areas by 2011.

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