Islamabad: There has been a reaction to the letter sent to Tehreek-e-Insaf pioneer Murad Saeed by a two-pronged fact-finding panel to probe into the murder case of slain writer Arshad Sharif.
Additionally, Murad Saeed sought answers to 10 questions from the reality viewing board in his reply. Murad Saeed said the Reality Finding Panel is part of the central government in terms of its construction and status, the FIA and IB bodies are subordinate to the national government and the responsible bureaucratic service within.Arshad Sharif murder case, Murad Saeed’s response to the fact-finding team’s letter
He said that Arshad Sharif’s life was in danger and when he managed to protect him, the national government went ahead with the hostile step. The activities against Arshad Sharif were started when the imported government came to rule while the internal pastor Rana Sana raised several demands to assassinate Arshad Sharif. He offered completely untrustworthy expressions.
He let the fact-finding advisory group know that while Home Priest was trying to link the killings to gold piracy in Kenya, a fair, straightforward and autonomous request by the FIA was not normal given the ongoing circumstances and situation. central government. should be possible
Murad Saeed said that Arshad Sharif’s mother had mentioned to the Supreme Court an undeniable legal commission at the level, Central Equity during a consultation on November 7 said that the Supreme Court would follow the letter of Arshad Sharif’s mother.
Moreover, Arshad Sharif mother had to go to the Islamabad High Court for postmortem
He said that Arshad Sharif’s mother had also written a letter to the Supreme Court’s Fundamental Freedoms Cell on November 16, letting them know that they were not aware of the investigation of Arshad Sharif’s case and that the central government’s work was also questionable in the post-mortem of Arshad Sharif’s authority. Moreover, Arshad Sharif’s mother had to go to the Islamabad High Court for postmortem.
Murad Saeed asked the fact finding committee that the council should check who were the offended parties who recorded more than 16 evidences against Shaheed Arshad Sharif and what agencies were behind them and to whom Shaheed Arshad Sharif analytical intelligence was a danger.
Bringing up the issues, he said that it should be found out who compromised and harassed Shaheed Arshad Sharif in Pakistan, investigate who delivered the photographs of his flight to Dubai and find out who was in the Dubai hostel. Be that as it may, Shaheed Arshad Sharif has been approached to leave Dubai.
The PTI trailblazer said that after the ordeal of Arshad Sharif on October 23, who tried to make his killing an accident in the media? Before his ordeal, he was gathering a sharp report against which powerful Pakistani?
He said that the fact-finding commission should investigate that after the suffering of Arshad Sharif for public authorities and state organizations, public talks were rushed with regard to the allegations and against the current reality?
ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) Chairman Asim Ahmad Friday directed Chief Commissioners Inland Revenue of Karachi to enforce the collection of higher rates of withholding taxes by banks from those not appearing on the Active Taxpayers List (ATL) under various provisions of the Income Tax Ordinance 2001.
Sources told Infostani here on Friday that the issue of tax collection by the banking sector was discussed during the last Chief Commissioners conference at Large Tax Office (LTO) Karachi for improving revenue collection in the second quarter (October-December) of 2022-23.
Persons not appearing on ATL: Commissioners told to enforce collection of higher rates of WHT by banks
The FBR chairman directed the Chief Commissioners of Karachi, Quetta and Hyderabad to fully implement provisions relating to the financial sector introduced through the Finance Act 2022. The new provisions of the Finance Act 2022 pertaining to persons not appearing on the ATL should be enforced as per law on different transactions.
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Under the Finance Act 2022, every banking company will collect this adjustable advance tax at the time of remitting money outside Pakistan on behalf of a person who has completed a credit card, debit card or prepaid card transaction with a person outside Pakistan. The rate will increase by 100 per cent in case of persons not on the ATL.
Two new sub-sections (1DC) and (1DD) have been inserted in section 152 of the Income Tax Ordinance. Under sub-section (DC), service charges/commission /fee, by whatever name called, paid by an exchange company licensed by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) to a non-resident person has been brought under the tax net.
Now these exchange companies have been made liable to deduct tax at the time of making payment of service charges or commission or fee to the global money transfer operators, international money transfer operators or such other persons engaged in international money transfers or cross-border remittances for facilitating outward remittances.
Similarly, under sub-section (1DD), every banking company has been made liable to deduct tax at the time of making payment to card network company or payment gateway or any other person, on any transaction fee or licensing fee or service charges or commission or fee by whatever name called or interbank financial telecommunication services.
This final tax on the income of non-resident person and rates have been provided in Division IV of Part I of the First Schedule.Corresponding changes in this regard have been made in sections 6 and 8 of the Ordinance.Moreover, the Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS) is required to charge 30 percent withholding tax on “profit on debt” from persons not appearing in the ATL of the FBR.
The rate of tax for profit on debt imposed under Section 7B was 15 percent effective from July 1, 2021.
However, persons not appearing in the ATL, the rate of tax required to be deducted or collected as the case may be, shall be increased by 100 percent of the rate specified in the First Schedule of the Income Tax Ordinance 2001.
The rate of withholding tax (irrespective of the date of investment and amount), would be 15 percent on persons appearing in the ATL and the rate of withholding tax (irrespective of the date of investment and amount), would be 30 percent on persons not appearing in the ATL.