Collection of toll main focus of SCB meet

HYDERABAD: After a six month break, the eight member Secunderabad Cantonment Board will meet on Monday to discuss a number of pending issues. “The SCB has to decide on selling of bid app

Published: 06th February 2012 07:16 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:50 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: After a six month break, the eight member Secunderabad Cantonment Board will meet on Monday to discuss a number of pending issues.

“The SCB has to decide on selling of bid applications for octroi and toll tax collection,” said a board member, on condition of anonymity.

He added that a list has been sent to members which contains 30 issues to be discussed at the meeting.

“The SCB could not conduct board meeting for six months though the meeting has be conducted once a month,” the member said.

When asked why there have been many administrative problems, the SCB chief executive officer S Balakrishna said, “I will clear all problems at the board meet.” The Secunderabad Cantonment Board is the biggest of 62 cantonments in India.

It has about 290 colonies and eight wards with four lakh people living under its limits.

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