FBR Exposes Tax Fraud Network of Over Rs. 21 billion.

The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has revealed a massive tax fraud network, uncovering schemes amounting to over Rs. 21 billion

This revelation comes amid the FBR’s nationwide crackdown on tax evasion. The Directorate General of Intelligence & Investigation-Inland Revenue in Hyderabad and Karachi conducted an extensive probe, resulting in the filing of FIRs against M/s Rehman Enterprises and M/s ZA Impex. These firms stand accused of orchestrating elaborate fraudulent activities, leading to significant losses for the national treasury.

The investigation exposed the intricate involvement of organized groups in setting up bogus businesses and issuing fake sales tax invoices. Despite efforts to impede the inquiry, including baseless complaints against FBR officers, legal action is being pursued to hold the perpetrators accountable.

Recently, a Private Complaint filed against the Directorate General of I&I-IR and other officers was suspended by the Lahore High Court, underscoring the seriousness of the matter.

FBR reaffirms its unwavering commitment to apprehend and prosecute individuals involved in tax-related fraudulent activities. By taking decisive action against fraudsters, the FBR aims to safeguard billions in revenue and promote a fair and equitable environment for genuine taxpayers.

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