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BMC issued a demand notice of Rs 13.6 lakh to 17 organisations having unauthorized advertisements

Bhubaneswar:15/9/18: The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) issued a demand notice of Rs 13.6 lakh to 17 organisations having unauthorized advertisements, which were removed by the civic body during enforcement drive.

The demand notice, issued as per BMC Advertisement Regulations, 2006, would call for Certificate cases if the organisations fail to pay the dues within seven days, the BMC said in a release yesterday.

As per the regulations the civic body is to collect a charge of Rs 5,000 per advertisement for its removal if it is within the size of 100 square feet. If the size of the advertisement/hoarding is above 100 square feet, the dismantling charge is Rs 7,000 as per the BMC Advertisement Regulations, 2006.

The different agencies/firms (17) against whom the civic body has issued the demand notice include Java Technocrat, Sipra Academy, Kalinga Academy, Arihant Academy, IBT, HDFC Bank, ABACUS, Veta, Studio-11, Cognitive Point, NICET, Endeavor, Pragnya, Chanakya, Disha, Kensoft and DAV Public School Palaspalli

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