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An Award For Taking 'proper Bills'
In a bid to encourage residents of the national capital for taking proper bills for their purchases, Delhi government today awarded 54 customers under the newly-launched 'Bill Banvao, Inaam Pao' scheme. The scheme was launched on 18 January by the Department of Trade and Taxes with the aim to nab the traders who issue bills on the cancelled registration number (TIN) and evade tax. The winners were decided by a lottery and were given cash prizes five times of their bill amount for the month of February with the maximum cash prize of Rs 50,000 per person. To be considered for the award, the purchaser has to upload the bill on the department's website or via their app 'Bill Banvao Inaam Pao'.The taxable value of the purchased goods should at least be Rs 100 and the bill has to be uploaded within seven days of purchase. The officers will visit the shopkeepers on whose name the bills were issued and uploaded to authenticate the validity of the bills after which the winners will be given their cash prizes.