Applicant can go to ‘gmcportal.in’ to view bill and make payment
GN Bureau | January 7, 2014
Guwahati municipal corporation (GMC) has launched e-payment facility for property tax, which is a prime source of revenue for the corporation. According to a report published by The Assam Tribune, the applicants can make payment through internet banking, credit and debit card.
According to the report, the corporation has 1,76,099 holdings and a collection of around Rs. 25 crore. The applicant can go to ‘gmcportal.in’ to view bill and make payment.
If an applicant faces problems in using the new payment facility, she or he can email complaint to email@example.com. The terms and conditions of payment, refund and cancellation policy is available on the portal, the report said.
The portal also has contact details of all deputy commissioners.
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