Hetauda– The Hetauda sub-metropolis has increased its internal revenue by 15 percent this time in comparison to the last year. It has been reflected in a report presented in curse of the fourth municipal assembly of the sub-metropolis. If the increase is something to go by, the sub-metropolis is likely to add Rs 100 million to the internal revenue by the end of the current fiscal year.
According to the data, the sub-metropolis has been able to generate Rs 226 million to the date of the current fiscal year. Meena Lama, deputy mayor of the sub-metropolis, shared that the internal revenue would see an estimated rise of Rs 100 million this year. With the revenue addition, the annual budget of Hetauda sub-metropolis would expand to Rs 1.77 billion. The amount is more than 15 percent increment on the budget approved for the current year.