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Kunduz municipality revenue increases by 30mn AFN

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Kunduz municipality revenue increases by 30mn AFN

kunduzKunduz municipality  has witnessed a 30mn increase in its revenue this fiscal year, officials reported on Thursday.

The boost in revenue is linked to the growing capacity of municipality employees and enhanced security in the province.

Kunduz Mayor Najibullah Amarkhail told Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) the revenue collected mostly came from taxes levied on city’s cleanliness, houses, sales, etc.

According to the source, 20 welfare schemes had been executed in the province with the development budget of the municipality and contribution from donor agencies in 2012.

Projects including recreational parks, a sports medium, graveling of roads and covering of water channels were implemented in 2013.

Meanwhile, the mayor called on the locals to cooperate with the officials in keeping the city clean and avoiding throwing dirt and waste into water channels.



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