FBR traces labourer owning 12 luxury vehicles: KARACHI: The Federal Board of Revenue’s anti-benami area has actually mapped greater than 12 costly automobiles in Karachi that are signed up for a daily-wage employee from Faisalabad and also a gatekeeper.
The FBR benami (prohibition) zone disclosed that a Faisalabad labourer Zahid Iqbal, that functions as a daily-wage employee, possessed 2 high-end automobiles including a Land Rover as well as BMW.
In addition, 10 more cars were likewise signed up for a gatekeeper, whereas, the name of the auto dealership was likewise utilized for the benami vehicles, claimed FBR benami area officials, including that the acquisitions of automobiles came under the benami purchase act.
Zahid Iqbal stated that he was completely unaware of having the autos. Following the discovery, the board’s benami zone initiated a probe into the matter and also provided notices to the labourer, gatekeeper and auto dealership.
The revenue board asked Zahid Iqbal to provide the essential records to the detectives. The FBR claimed in a statement that lawsuit will certainly be taken under the benami act over the non-provision of appropriate records.
Previously on March 4, the Federal Board of Income’s (FBR) anti-benami zone has actually mapped as lots of as 15 pricey benami cars signed up for a citizen, Abdul Ghaffar, who in a declaration rejected owning the automobiles.
” Somebody misused my nationwide identity card to obtain these automobiles signed up in my name,” the resources estimated him as stating. He called for the termination of the enrollment of all these lorries.
The lorries will be seized and also put up for sale by auction and also the money they will certainly fetch will be transferred in the national exchequer, resources informed ARY News.
Last year in September, the Federal Board of Profits (FBR) benami area had actually seized 19 high-end automobiles in Karachi besides routing actual owners to contact authorities within one week for confirmation of the records
The 19 high-end vehicles worth approximately Rs120 to Rs150 million include 2 BMW, 2 Mercedes-Benz, seven Toyota and one Cadillac.