Friday, May 24, 2024

FBR sent Tax Notice of Rs. 8.1 Crore to Tire Puncturer

A notice from the tax authorities requesting payment of Rs. 8 crore and Rs. 13 lac in returns stunned a tyre repairman in the Punjab region. Fazal Shah, a native of Bhaganwala, and his family were surprised upon getting the notice because Shah said he had never seen Rs80 million in real life and that his health had deteriorated.

After getting notice from the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), the guy apparently lost consciousness, and he was sent to the hospital for treatment.

Fazal Shah described his situation to a local news station, claiming that he established the tyre puncture store a year ago. He claimed that he does not own a car, a bungalow or any other luxuries among his possessions, and that he barely makes Rs. 700–Rs. 800 per day while struggling to make ends meet during a recession.

The distraught parent even admitted that he was unable to pay for his daughter’s private treatment after she tragically sustained major burns.

FBR authorities said Shah submitted his tax returns from 2016 to 2022, and they are now investigating the situation as the story broke on various local outlets. The citizen was listed in the FBR notification as a 13-year tax defaulter.

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