Rs 28.8 million plus revenue exempted as women register land plots in their names

Published On: August 5, 2022 10:28 AM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

KATHMANDU, August 5: The District Land Revenue Office, Tanahun, has waived off more than Rs 28.8 million in the fiscal year 2021/22 as the land ownership certificate was registered in the name of women. 

During the period, a total of 4,257 women registered ownership over land plots in the district, getting revenue worth Rs 28.8 million in exemption.    

Chief of the District Land Revenue Office Chiranjivi Poudel said the women got exemption in the revenue as per the provision of 25 percent subsidy while registering the land plots in women's name.     

In the same period, a total of 223 land plots were registered in the name of Dalit and senior citizens. And, they got Rs 1.11 million revenue in subsidy. 

Likewise, the District Land Revenue Office said that Rs 432.7 million in revenue was collected in the district from the Office under different headings including registration pass, collateral and capital gains tax.  

Of the revenue collected from the District Land Revenue Office, 40 percent goes to the provincial government while 60 percent to the concerned local levels, Office chief Poduel said.



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