CPM seeks cutback in enhanced house tax

CPM seeks cutback in enhanced house tax
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Speaking on the occasion, the former municipal chairperson Afroz Sameena alleged that people were living in houses without any GH2 or GH3, but the officials had prepared false reports and sent notices to the house owners and exerting pressure on them to pay extra taxes. 

Khammam: The leaders of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) gave a memorandum to the Khammam Municipal Corporation Manager demanding cut back in the enhanced house taxes here in Khammam on Wednesday.

Speaking on the occasion, the former municipal chairperson Afroz Sameena alleged that people were living in houses without any GH2 or GH3, but the officials had prepared false reports and sent notices to the house owners and exerting pressure on them to pay extra taxes.

“The CPM party will take up massive protests against the government if it fails to rollback its decision of enhancing house tax,” she warned the government. CPM leaders Yerra Srikanth, M A Jabbar, B Yakaiah, Y Srinu, MA Qayuum, S K Saidulu, B Veera Babu and Y Venkateshwarlu were present along with others.

85 families join the partyAs many as 85 families from various parties joined in the CPM in the presence of the District Secretary Ponnam Venkateshwarlu and Y Vikram here in Khammam on Wednesday.

Speaking on the occasion, Venkateshwarlu said the Communist parties in the district were getting strengthened day-to-day due to organisation of massive movements on public issues against the government.

He alleged that TRS party boasted that it has invested hundreds of crores for the development, but there are no signs of development and implementation of any schemes for the weaker sections of the people in the district.

Mogili, Vijay, Battu Stalin and M Veerannna along with others joined in the party. CPM leaders N Ramesh, B Venkat Kumar, T Ramu, Guru Murthy and G Bheemaiah were present along with others.

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