Mysuru civic body wants to provide B Khata to the 50,000 revenue houses

If the government approves this proposal, the corporation will acquire Rs 25 crore as revenue from these properties yearly.

There are many properties that were in the corporation’s limits without any khata or tax records. But the corporation has provided them with water, underground drainage, cleanliness, street lights, roads, parks, and other basic amenities.

The houses which belong to revenue are not fetching any revenue to the corporation.

As of now, only 10 per cent revenue layouts are registered in the sub-registrar’s office and fetching tax for the corporation.

Residents who have been living in their homes for many years must provide their gas or electricity bills, so officials can verify the location of their property and a newspaper notification will be published to state that the property is in the process of entering the B Khata list in the corporation. When no objections are received from the public, the property will be registered in the B register and a property ID number will be issued.