Hyderabad: The Telangana Department of Transportation has decided that all motor vehicles entering AP Telangana will be treated as vehicles from other states. This means that contract vehicles including cars, goods carriages, motor taxis, maxicabs, commercial trailers, autorickshaws passengers, etc. will pay a quarterly tax separately from April 1, 2015. It is likely that this reflects directly on the rates and operating costs will rise substantially.
“The former Andhra Pradesh had given orders that pursuant to the provisions of Section 72 (1) of the 2014 Act AP Re-organization, the Governor of AP ruled that the quarterly tax paid for any quarter to the March 31 2015 in any of Successor States shall be deemed to have been paid both to the successor States and subsequently new governments decide on the matter. After this, some operators of vehicles had filed lawsuit petitions before the High Court. The HC had asked the state transportation departments to reach a decision on the above order within seven days. The Transport Commissioner Telangana had asked the government to allow the transportation department to collect taxes quarterly vehicles from AP In light of the orders of the Supreme Court. In an order issued by the Government on Monday, Transport Commissioner issued orders to tax vehicles from AP.
The order said: “In exercise of the powers conferred under Article 3 of the Law on Motor Vehicle Tax Telangana, 1963 (adapted GOMs.No.2 vide, TR & B (Tr.I) Department, dated 17/06 / 2014), hereby directs that all vehicles entering AP Telangana will be treated as other state vehicles and will be taxed at specified rates. ”
Commercial vehicles from AP to Telangana will have to pay tax from April 1. The Department of Transportation of the State of Telangana issued orders to that effect on Monday, in a move that is set to lead to escalating costs transport between the two States.
“All vehicles, including trucks contract, freight wagons, motor taxis, maxi-taxis, commercial and passenger gandolas auto-rickshaws, entering Telangana state from Andhra Pradesh will be treated as other state vehicles. be subjected to charge the Motor Vehicle Tax rates and limits applicable to the respective category of specific vehicles, “the department said in a notification. Deputy Commissioners transport and motor vehicle inspectors Telangana state are preparing to carry out checks from April 1. Chandra Shekar M Nalgonda DTC Goud said it would implement the GO as instructed by the government since the early hours of April 1 .
“We will collect the tax for vehicles according to the regulations, in the early hours of April 1,” he said, adding that the tax rate depends on the type of vehicle and the duration of stay in the state. The tax varies for buses transport agreement, motor taxis and maxi taxis.
The government’s decision is in accordance with the orders issued by the former Kingdom AP under the Reorganization Act AP that quarterly tax paid for any quarter to March 31, 2015 is both states, but after that, the United successors could decide the amount of taxes.
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