Musikot Municipality takes government services to people’s doorstepsAccording to the data of the ward office, 296 people paid taxes from their homes during the campaign.
Hundreds of people in Musikot Municipality benefited from a door-to-door campaign organised by the municipal office to provide government services, according to officials. The five-day campaign, which started from November 5 till 10, included services such as health check-ups, livestock treatment and tax collection, among others.
“Officials from the local unit came to our homes to collect taxes. We did not have to walk for hours to reach the municipal office to pay our taxes,” said Karna Bahadur Budha, a resident of Musikot Municipality Ward No. 9.
According to the data of the ward office, 296 people paid taxes from their homes during the campaign.
Dilliraj Bohara, a member of the mobile camp and also the in-charge of Holtara Health Post, said the ward office collected Rs 128,549 of tax amount within this period.
“Two hundred forty-six people received health services and medicines, 60 women received temporary family planning services and 13 senior citizens received warm clothes,” Bohara said.
Nabin Oli, ward chairman, said, “The villagers were happy with the door-to-door campaign. We plan to organise such campaigns every year.”