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Information of 86,000 more properties examined in Gurugram

The data of over 1.5 lakh properties could not be collected as 92,065 were vacant plots and 60,730 owners denied to share information with surveyors.

The MCG has verified and collected data of 86,000 properties under the jurisdiction of the civic body.

The data of over 1.5 lakh properties could not be collected as 92,065 were vacant plots and 60,730 owners denied to share information with surveyors.

“We have collected data of 86,000 properties and now the same will be uploaded on the NDC portal,” said a senior MCG official.

In 2022, a private agency was given the contract of the survey and collect property tax data, but they couldn’t get the data of around 1.9 lakh properties. Around 5.17 lakh properties fall under the ambit of the MCG.

The residents subsequently raised the issue that new property IDs generated on the basis of this survey were faulty. The names and addresses of the properties collected by the agency were incorrect in several cases.

The department of urban local bodies (ULB) had also expressed displeasure over the work of property data corrections.

The decision was taken after chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar had reviewed the status of the surveyed properties and directed their re-verification.

MCG officials said they are organising camps to correct data of the property tax.

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