Lahore, May 22 (PTI) Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday received a notification of PKR 1.4 million luxury tax imposed by the Punjab provincial government for his Lahore residence, according to media reports.
The Challan issued by the Ministry of Excise and Revenue to the head of Pakistan Justice Movement (PTI) Rs 14,40,000 for the Zaman Park residence where he is currently living will be paid on Monday when the last payment was submitted on May 12, Geo News reported. day
Khan filed a record of the house claimed against him last month, and the provincial tax department said it estimated that the cricketer-turned-politician, who was notified, received a luxury tax from Charan.
According to reports, Khan has already filed his taxes regularly, but if he does not file his taxes this time, he will receive another notice according to the law.
Reports said the PTI chief’s old house in Zaman Park was demolished and a new house built on its site, owned by him and his sister.
Last month, the ministry issued a notice of mansion tax assessment to the late Shaukat Khanum, the 70-year-old politician mother, directing Khan to settle the Rs 3.6 lakh arrears in the luxury tax.
The report states that the property remains in the name of Khanum, who died in 1985.
Rejecting the factor of political victimization, tax official Adeel Amjid said the department decided to assess all mansions in two or more Kanals (approximately 1,012 square meters).
Khan, the cricketer-turned-politician, was ousted last April after losing a no-confidence vote in his leadership, which he claimed was part of a US-led plot against him because of his ties to Russia. Independent foreign policy decisions, China and Afghanistan.
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