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What is age limit to become Senior Citizen to avail rebate of 30% on Property Tax by EDMC, Delhi.

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Prasad GLN

As the matter is related to EDMC, Delhi , search in their website, or file application to PIO,EDMC seeking the information as follows. You have to enclose Rs.10/- Indian postal order drawn in favour of Accounts officer,EDMC payable at New Delhi.


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1. Please provide me laid down norms/circulars that state about the procedure to be adopted for Senior Citizen to avail rebate of 30% on Property Tax by EDMC, Delhi.

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