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'Revenue from Stamps Dept Disappointing'

Finance minister E Rajender has expressed disappointment over the revenue from the registration and stamps   department, saying there is a lot of confusion in the department.

Published: 04th December 2014 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th December 2014 07:52 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Finance minister E Rajender has expressed disappointment over the revenue from the registration and stamps   department, saying there is a lot of confusion in the department.

Revenue.jpgReleasing Handbook-2014 prepared by the Telangana Registration and Stamps Gazetted Officers Association at the Secretariat on Wednesday, Rajender said the performance of the Telangana government in the last six months was well-known.

Deputy chief minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali, legislator V Srinivas Goud and others were present.

DAL TRADERS’ PLEA: Representatives of Telangana Dal Mills and Traders Association called on the finance minister at the Secretariat and requested him to increase the quantity of dal from 20 to 50 trucks for stocking. Rajender assured to increase it to 40 trucks. He also assured the traders that they were would be no tax if dal was sold outside the state. Traders wanted the VAT on sale of Dal slashed from 5 pc to 2 pc.

Except in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana there was no VAT on the sale of dal in any state, they told the minister.



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