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‘Bill Layo, Inam Pao’ scheme – Tax department appeals to people to take advantage of the ‘Mera Bill’ app.

District residents are invited to download the Mera Bill app and win prizes every month under the ‘Bill Layo, Inam Pao’ scheme – Tax department appeals to people to take advantage of the ‘Mera Bill’ app.

District residents are invited to win prizes every month under the ‘Bill Layo, Inam Pao’ scheme by downloading the My Bill App.
Appeal from the tax department to people to take advantage of the Mera Bill’ app
Patiala, September 1:
Deputy Commissioner Patiala Sakshi Sahni has urged the district residents to take advantage of the newly launched ‘Mera Bill’ app of the tax department launched by Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann. He said that citizens can win 290 prizes worth up to 29 lakh rupees every month under the ‘Bil Layo, Inam Pao’ scheme by getting the bill of the purchased goods and services.


On the occasion of the launch of the Mera Bill’ app today, Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sahni launched the campaign to make people aware of it in Patiala district. They were accompanied by Divisional Commissioner of State Tax Ramanpreet Kaur, Assistant Commissioner Kannu Garg, and the SDM. Dr. Ismat Vijay Singh was also present.
Sakshi Sahni appealed to the people that while buying any goods, they must get the bill from the dealer and upload the bill by registering with the mobile app Mera Bill, launched under the ‘Bil Layo, Inam Pao’ scheme. A draw will be made every month from these uploaded bills. He said that Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann has started this scheme to raise the awareness of customers in the public interest.
State Tax Divisional Commissioner Ramanpreet Kaur said that petrol and liquor bills will not be able to be uploaded on this Mera Bill app, while consumers will be able to upload bills of any other item above the value of Rs 200. He said that under the leadership of Punjab Tax and Finance Minister Harpal Singh Cheema, 290 prizes will be drawn every month at the state level, and 10 prizes will be given in each district.
Assistant Commissioner of State Tax, Kannu Garg, said that on the first day of this campaign, people were made aware of the ‘Bil Liyao, Inam Pao’ scheme and Mera Bill app in Patiala district today. He said that today at Swami Vivekananda Institute of Engineering Rajpura, Ripudaman College Nabha, and Government College for Girls Patiala, students were made aware of the ‘Bring Bill, Pay Reward’ scheme.
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Photo Caption: Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sahni shares information about the ‘Mera Bill’ app under the ‘Bill Layo Inam Pau’ scheme launched by the Punjab Government through the Tax Department. DCST with them. Patiala Ramanpreet Kaur, Kannu Garg, and SDM Dr. Ismat Vijay Singh is also seen.

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