Justice Isa’s Wife Demands Income Details Of PM

Justice Isa Claims No Hidden Property

Justice Qazi Faez Isa’s wife, Sarina Isa, on Saturday affirmed that since her private and lawfully ensured personal expense and bank records were illicitly gotten to, she additionally needed comparable data about the individuals who were given her subtleties. 

In an announcement, Justice Isa’s wife expressed that she needed data about the individuals who got to or were given her classified data and archives, particularly Prime Minister Imran Khan, Law Minister Dr Farogh Nasim, Asset Recovery Unit Chairman Mirza Shahzad Akbar, Dr Mohammad Ashfaq Ahmed and complainant Abdul Waheed Dogar. 

“They ought not question since they have held or hold open office, while one of them, who is an administration worker, whines that my family and I are not charge consistent,” she asserted in the announcement. 

The announcement is added with her Aug 28 answer to the notification gave by official (IR) FBR on Aug 21 under Section 122(9) and Section 111(1)(b) of the Income Tax Ordinance (ITO) 2001. 

It expressed that she was a private individual who had never held open office or a situation in government and had worked and paid a sum of Rs809,970 and Rs576,540 as expense during the most recent two years. 

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Says FBR needs her to clarify each rupee she earned during most recent 38 years 

Prior, she gave two comparable proclamations, clarifying her situation because of notification gave by the board. 

In her answer, she requested that the FBR outfit her personal assessment forms on which the authority was depending, including that the board needed her to recreate her life and clarify each rupee earned by her since she began working in Karachi American School about 38 years back. 

Featuring Section 174(3) of the ITO, she reviewed that the law didn’t need a person to keep up any record for over six years after the finish of the duty year to which they relate. 

She contended that she was under no lawful commitment to continue giving data to the FBR, yet she did willfully. 

“Without bias to all my established and legitimate rights, I likewise don’t have any desire to give you an affection to assert that I didn’t give data,” she expressed, including that it had gotten horrendously obvious to her that the Federal Board of Revenue expected to pass a supposed outlandish and unlawful request since it didn’t consider to be limited by law.


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