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GHMC plans to go cashless from December

Hyderabad: GHMC Mayor Bonthu Rammohan and Commissioner Dr. B. Janardhan Reddy on Tuesday informed that the corporation was planning to introduce cashless payments from December month.

The GHMC is making special arrangements for the payments of Property Tax, Trade License and other fees pertaining to various civic related issues.

The plan was discussed in a review meeting with all the Zonal Commissioners, Additional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners, AMOHS, AMCs, Valuation Officers held at GHMC Head Office today.

As on today, only 12% of the people are making payments through online mode. But now the GHMC aims to achieve 100% cashless transactions.

The Commissioner informed that people can make cashless payments through GHMC Official Website https://www.ghmc.gov.in/ using Net Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card or through MyGHMC Mobile App.

Payments can also be made through hand held devices available with the GHMC Bill Collectors. The corporation also receives payments through cheque/D.D. Citizens can approach respective Circle offices/Head Office for the payment of dues or visit the Meeseva/AP Online centers. Through RTGS/NEFT citizens can transfer funds in the favour of commissioner GHMC(A/C no. 52082155599).

The Mayor and Commissioner said that special training would be imparted to the IT department of the GHMC with regard to cashless transactions and directions have been given to all the ZCs and DCs to take up such training for all the Revenue officials and 350 odd Bill Collectors.

The GHMC is also planning to provide swiping machines to all the Revenue officials to take up cashless transactions in the coming days. The matter will also be discussed in the Standing Committee said the Commissioner.

The GHMC is also providing swiping machines in all the Citizen Service Centres. (INN)

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