The Delhi Excessive Courtroom on Thursday (November 19), requested the town authorities to not withhold the No Objection Certificates (NOC) for the fourth India-South Africa Check match, saying Delhi District Cricket Affiliation (DDCA) has agreed to deposit Rs. one crore in reference to the administration’s leisure tax demand.
A bench of justices Badar Durrez Ahmed and Sanjeev Sachdeva additionally directed the Aam Aadmi Social gathering (AAP) authorities to not take any coercive measures towards DDCA in reference to Rs. 24-crore leisure tax demand raised on the cricketing physique by the administration’s Excise, Leisure and Luxurious Tax Division.
The courtroom requested DDCA to deposit Rs one crore in two instalments of Rs. 50 lakh every with the division, whose clearance can also be required to host the India-South Africa Check match at Feroz Shah Kotla stadium, beginning December three. The primary instalment is to be paid inside two weeks from Thursday and the remaining in two weeks thereafter, the bench stated.
“No coercive steps can be taken until additional orders,” it stated and listed the matter for additional listening to on November 27. The order got here on DDCA’s plea difficult a current Delhi authorities choice to slap a requirement of Rs 24.forty five crore as leisure tax dues on the affiliation.
It additionally claimed that the federal government was making an attempt to reassess its leisure tax dues for the interval from 2003 to 2005.