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The Karnataka Prohibition of Beggary Act1975 has been enacted to prohibit beggary in the State and the same is extended to entire State vide Government Notification No. SWD 15 SBR 1997 Dated 28-08-1997. However, any person involved in begging will be arrested and after following the procedure he will be detained in the Nirashrithara Parihara Kendras.

        These Centers are being maintained out of 3% Beggary cess levied on  Property Tax by all  local  body  authorities and deposit the same to Central Relief Committee Fund. Amount to the tune of 10% out of the beggary cess as administrative charges will be deducted by the local body  Authorities before depositing to the central  Relief committee Fund. Further in Government Notification No. SWD 15 SBR 97 Dated 24-03-2000, the Government has extended this levy to the rest of the

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