Kathmandu Metropolis instructs halls to bring entertainment fees into digital system

The Kathmandu Metropolitan City has issued a letter instructing 17 movie halls operating within the metropolitan area to bring the digital system into operation within 30 days by including the entertainment fee.


The metropolis has asked to take the movie hall ticket to the digital system and also give access to the metropolitan corporation. If the taxpayers of entertainment tax have collected the entrance fee through the digital system, they have been asked to give access to the same to the metropolis within three days. Similarly, those who have not conducted tax in the digital system, it is said in the letter to bring the entrance fee to the digital system within 30 days from the date of receipt of the letter and give the revenue department of the metropolis access to the said system.

A letter has also been cut to the fun park of Bhrikutimandap with 17 halls.

The cinemas which have been cut by the city are Ashtanarayan in Balaju, Kalanki Cinema, Sarthak Entertainment in Gongbu, KL City Cinema in Chawhil Chuchchepati, Core Plan Builders in Naya Baneshwar, Gopikrishna Movies in Chawhil, Ocular Holdings in Kalimati, Darbar Cinemax in Darbarmarg, Ranjana Cineplex in New Road, Central Cinemas in Sundhara, Cine the Safe in Sundhara. , Jamal’s Vishwajyoti, Kamaladi’s Cinemark Movies, Kamalpokhari’s Cinestar, Thamel’s Chhaya Cinemas, Gongbu’s Lhotse Cinema.

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Rabins Sharma Lamichhane

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane is senior ICT professional who talks about #it, #cloud, #servers, #software, and #innovation. Rabins is also the first initiator of Digital Nepal. Facebook: rabinsxp Instagram: rabinsxp

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