- Left FBR because of weights from camouflaged mafia, says Shabbar Zaidi
- Imran Khan on right way. With him, he says
- Shabbar had said a couple of days back that Pakistanis own $150bn in unfamiliar bank accounts
KARACHI: Former director FBR Shabbar Zaidi on Thursday tweeted that he left the Federal Bureau of Revenue (FBR) due to “pressures from disguised mafia”, among other reasons.
Taking to Twitter, the previous FBR executive talked about his appearance on a syndicated program Wednesday night where he shared a few musings on his experience of running the expense administrative authority.
“Glad to see politico social awareness in the masses. Just shared some thoughts on ‘Dunya Kamran Khan Key Sath’ yesterday night. Public listened, that is enough. I left FBR, pressures from disguised mafia, hypocrisy of so called intelligentsia. Imran Khan on right path. With him,” he tweeted.
In another tweet, he encouraged Prime Minister Imran Khan to “re-examine” the public authority’s choice to move the Pakistan International Airlines’ (PIA) central command from Karachi to Islamabad.
“Having been directly associated with the company for over 30 years I do not see cogent reason. Imran Khan Sahib is suggested to re-examine,” he wrote.
The FBR administrator stood out as truly newsworthy a few days prior when he uncovered that Pakistanis own $150bn in abroad ledgers and are procuring peanuts in the wake of lower revenue rates.
Zaidi had made this alarming exposure during an online class on Tuesday.
He had said the opportunity has arrived for these finance managers to consider bringing back the immense amount of cash to Pakistan.
Zaidi reviewed his gathering with a famous Pakistani financial specialists in which he named the Pakistanis who had put away cash in dollars abroad in nations like Malta.
He had additionally spoken about illicit exchange Pakistan, saying that the tobacco area had a 30% portion of unlawful exchange of cigarettes.
There is tax assessment from 74% in the tobacco area and where there is higher rate, there will be a gigantic avoidance, Zaidi had stated, adding that the sugar and concrete enterprises are among the significant areas sidestepping tax.