8 Billion Rupees Tax matter decided by Supreme Court of Pakistan

On 10th March 2020, the Honourable Supreme Court of Pakistan decided following Civil appeals with a joint order, in which more than Rs. 8 Billions Revenue was involved.

Mr. Irfan Mir Halepota, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan was representing the FBR, Federal Board of Revenue in these Civil Appeals.

Honourable Bench of Supreme Court of Pakistan ordered that After arguing the matter at some length, learned counsel for the parties and so also Mr. Masood Akhtar, The Chief Legal-1, Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), the petitioner, submit that the instant appeals be disposed off with an observation that the revenue authority may issue fresh notices, in respect of the demand in question, after giving reasons for initiating the process beyond the period prescribed for preserving the record, in terms of Section 174 of the Income Tax Ordinance, 2001, the notices shall disclose the amounts due, and if possible also indicate the names of the relevant parties. The entire exercise shall be concluded till 30th June, 20202. The respondents shall fully cooperate in the above endeavor of the revenue authority and shall not seek to delay the matter in any manner whatsoever. The appeals stands disposed off in the foregoing Terms.


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Sindh Cabinet approves COVID-19 Emergency Relief Ordinance 2020

Sindh Cabinet approves COVID-19 Emergency Relief Ordinance 2020

The Sindh COVID-19 Emergency Relief Ordinance, 2020, was approved by the provincial cabinet on Monday, a spokesperson for Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said.

The ordinance will now be sent to Sindh Governor Imran Ismail for approval.

According to the COVID-19 Emergency Relief Ordinance, 2020, No employee can be fired from their job, it adds, but allowed some deductions for the employers’ benefit.

According to a new ordinance, it will be mandatory for school owners to reduce fees by 20 percent. Besides, the rent of the houses will also be decreased.

The Ordinance mandates that salaries of those employed in the private sector are paid. Income slabs would be notified as well under the new legislation.

According to its Schedule 2, some relief was provided in electricity bills as well as a significant one on the monthly water bills for residential areas.

The ordinance also provides for discounts on gas consumption and house rent.


Sindh High Court Bar Elections Postponed

The Sindh High Court Bar Association’s annual election was cancelled on 23.11.2913.

The polling was halted and the commissioner called a meeting of the candidates. Later, the election commissioner announced cancellation of the election, which would now be held on November 30.



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