Linking Aadhaar to Property Mandatory in Mysuru
The Mysuru Urban Development Authority (Muda) has planned to link urban property ownership to Aadhaar in a bid crackdown on benami properties and regularise tax collection.
The civic body has identified 33 areas in the city to construct houses for the urban poor. As per the plan, one, two and three bedroom houses will be constructed and will be sold at affordable price for urban poor. In its general meeting on September 14, it was also decided to develop new layouts with 50:50 partnerships with land owners including Ballahalli and other new villages, he said.
Muda has decided to provide Rs 5 crore for ‘Naada Habba’ Dasara celebrations and to fund the treatment and management care facilities at Vikram Jyesta Covid Care Hospital exclusively opened for corona warriors in city.
Rajiv said the agency will distribute 250 Civic amenity sites to eligible organisations involved in development at various parts of the city. The urban development authority has also decided to appoint a retired chief engineer Lakshmikanth to study and submit a detailed report to Muda on the development of underground drainage system and drinking water pipelines in all layouts. Muda chairman H V Rajiv said the city urban authority has decided to make rainwater harvesting mandatory to all new houses coming up in both private and public layouts.
Muda has planned to computerise all its properties and introduce online payment of tax to streamline the administration process. It will also resume its popular Janaspandana programme to redress the public grievances.