According to details, a meeting was held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Imran Khan to implement the recommendations of the Sugar Commission report in which Imran Khan decided to adopt a nine-compromise policy to implement the recommendations.
Expressing frustration over the Chairman FBR during the meeting, the Prime Minister said that this is not the country of anyone’s father, it is the land of the people. He went away when the information of the elite did not reach the people.
Imran Khan asked that the tax record of the shopkeeper can be known. Why not the owners of Toshugar Mill?
Expressing frustration over non-installation of cameras outside sugar factories, the Prime Minister said, “I know very well who is doing the delaying tactics. If the work is not completed on time, action will be taken against those responsible.” The sugar mill will be with the owners.
It was informed in the meeting that the scams proved in the forensic audit of sugar factories were also dealt with and tax demand notices of Rs 345 billion were issued to the factories tampering with the tax records.
It was informed in the briefing that the FBR investigation had revealed tax evasion of Rs 345 billion. Since the Sugar Commission report, the government had recovered more than 80 per cent in terms of sales tax. Arrived
According to sources, in 2015, the League government revealed an unnecessary amendment to the FBR law. The FBR was deliberately obliged not to share sales tax records with anyone. The FBR also exchanged information with governments. Prevented from
Sources said that when the matter came to the notice of Prime Minister Imran Khan, the FBR chairman could not complete the work even after 15 days had elapsed.