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Kerala: Revenue collection up at Rs 85.74 cr

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KOCHI: Revenue collection in the district went up to Rs 85.74 crore during the 2001-02 fiscal, the District Collector, Mr Gyanesh Kumar, said in a press release.

This is an increase of 20.33 per cent over that of the previous year; the concerted efforts by all officials had led to this achievement by collecting more than 60 per cent of the revenue.

According to the release, Rs 11.42 crore came from sales tax, Rs 5.10 crore from building tax, Rs 4.33 crore from bank loan, Rs 3.17 crore from motor vehicle tax, Rs 2.75 crore from KFC, Rs 2.29 crore from land tax, Rs 1.90 crore from stamp duty and other miscellaneous collections and Rs 0.58 crore from housing schemes.

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