Mangalore: Department of Excise Vital in Nation's Progress

Mangalore: Department of Excise Vital in Nation's Progress

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (KM/SMK)
Pics: Prajwal Ukkuda

Mangalore, Feb 26: No country runs without the support of Department of Excise and it is moreover essential that the department maintains cordial relationship with tax payers, opined Dr Rajasekharan P Warrier, vice-hancellor of Manipal University.

He was delivering the inaugural address on the occasion of Central Excise Day Celebrations, observed by department of Central Excise,Mangalore at Shanthi Nilaya, Balmata on Monday February 25.

He was of the opinion that the percentage of budget allocation spent on health care and education is not satisfactory and moreover it is lesser when compared other countries, he lamented.

Political parties and politicians who are reluctant to carry out pro-people developments must be voted out of power, he called for on the occasion.

Ajit Kumar, commissioner of central excise, Mangalore presided over the function. Aravind Singh, commissioner of the department of customs and other dignitaries were present.


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