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FBR tasked with investigation of counterfeit consumables in Sugar sector

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Tax Ombudsman has instructed the FBR to conduct a thorough investigation into this phenomenon. of fake supplies in sugar sector throughout the country.

According to the details, the applicant associated with medicine business requested the FTO to instruct the FBR to carry out phenomenon research of fake supplies in sugar sector throughout the country. main data of The point is that the applicant is in sale of medicines in small scale in Lucky Marwat and monthly rent of his medical store is 8000 rupees.

He was shocked to receive a notice from RTO Peshawar stating Rs 13.590 million in shipments from several sugar mills, as his identity card abused by main dealer of sugar factories. The applicant applied for concerned tax officials of RTO, Peshawar, Renunciation of Receipt of reserves. He also Sent bank statements showing his turn over as well as financial job title. However, no action was taken against in real criminal.

The FTO noted that neither the RTO of Peshawar nor any other tax officer had conducted any significant investigations. concerned. Instead of of investigation of alleged fake shipments and questionable role of main dealer of sugar factories the tax authorities issued show cause applicant notification.

Arbitrary, whimsical action combined with inattention and inattention on part of Peshawar RTO is tantamount to maladministration, which is denied under section 2(3)(i)(b)(c) and (ii) of FTO resolution.

Accordingly, the Tax Ombudsman instructed the FBR to conduct a thorough investigation into the allegations made and surfaced during the immediate complaint, especially with reference to sugar mills and intended behavior of main dealer of sugar factories and instruct all departments of Me and me to make these investigations in their respective jurisdictions with link to sectors with high turnover like cement, sugar, steel, cigarettes, beverages and fertilizers.

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