With the motive of digitization, Bharatpur Metropolitan city has commenced an online tax payment service in Bharatpur, Chitwan. This will ease the netizens of Bharatpur to do easy online payments rather than staying up in queues. Let’s know more about this in our article.
Online tax Payment Service in Bharatpur Metropolitan, Chitwan
The service was launched by Renu Dahal, Mayor of the metropolitan city in an official program. Property tax, map pass, revenue tax, and restoration tax now can be paid hassle-free through online mediums.
Dahal spoke, “The service has been launched in every ward in preparation for digital technology” and also added, “work is being done with the objective of creating a digital metropolitan.” So, Bharatpur is going towards a paperless service in the city as an initial phase. This goes as an important aid for the smart city project of the metro.
Metropolitan Deputy Chief Chitrasen Adhikari has urged everyone to utilize the service through the online system. He believes this is a step to reduce corruption.
First, the citizens of Bharatpur metro need to open an online account on the official website. While creating an account, you need to input taxpayer type, taxpayer code number, and new internal code number. You also need a registered phone number and an email account for further process. After the successful registration, one can view various options in the dashboard. The website also lets you calculate the tax as per your registered property. For now, users can pay via eSewa or Khalti.
Nepal Into Digitization
Nepal has done commendable progress in digital payments in recent years. With 10 PSOs and 27 PSPs, digital payment has risen massively in the five years. Also, smartphone and internet penetration have aided hugely in the digital scenario. Similarly, QR payments are also very popular and have seen a huge surge, thanks to QR Code Scans in local businesses, supermarkets, hotels, etc. Mobile wallets like eSewa, Khalti, and IME Pay integrating an array of payment services have increased the habits of digital payments. A cashless future is not so very far.
Nepal Rastra Bank has also stated an idea of a digital bank and more improvement of the digital payment service. Also, ConnectIPS backed by NRB is also growing rapidly while FonePay still tops the chart in QR payments.
Steps like Bharatpur Metropolis commencing online tax payment service, Traffic fine payment via e-wallets are making the digital path even stronger. If the tax payment service goes towards the entire country, corruption can reduce by a huge margin. The modern world has already moved into digitization. Hence, making services digital will help fellow citizens as well as the government.
So, what do you think of the online tax payment service in Bharatpur Metropolis, Chitwan? Do you wish to see such service in your area too? Feel free to pour your valuable opinions and thoughts in the comment section below.