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MULTAN: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has served a notice to Multan’s Shaukat “Bikhari” after finding out his assets.

The country’s supreme tax collection body was shocked after seeing the details of assets owned by the beggar, who is said to be the “richest” beggar of Multan.

The notice was served to Shaukat “Bikhari” as the FBR unearthed Rs 1.7 million deposit in his bank account, while his children are studying in the city’s expensive school.

The beggar has been also asked to respond to how he managed to buy life insurance of Rs 10 million for his children. Shaukat Bikhari has been asked to respond about sources of income and why he has failed in submitting tax returns.

Plan underway to make Islamabad beggar-free

It has been learnt that Shaukat was absconding to save himself from paying taxes, while the FBR has formed teams to detect his whereabouts.

It must be noted that Shaukat Bikhari had been given statements about his income at the various platforms of social media.

According to the viral videos of Shaukat Bikhari on Facebook, he is a resident of Multan’s Shah Jamal area and had been begging in the area and earning Rs 1,000 per day.

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Toufique Ahmed Oct 22, 2021 02:40pm
How ever such beggars are going to be rich whenever they earn about 10,000 per day worth they serve their live along with family. It's astonished to see that beggar who is not beggar but also influent while he makes his children to study private school which may exarbitant & buyond from poor.
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Mudasir noman Oct 22, 2021 03:04pm
1000 daily pr tax nhi bnta janab
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Fazal Oct 22, 2021 04:01pm
@Mudasir noman, جی ہاں ایک ماہ یا ایک سال میں کتنی آمدنی ہوئی اس پر قانون کے مطابق ٹیکس لگتا۔ آمدنی کے علاؤہ اس کے پاس کتنی جائیداد ہے اس کا ذریعہ بھی بتانا ہو گا۔ یہی قانون ہے
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S.Ali Oct 22, 2021 04:30pm
Shocking!!
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Nomi Oct 22, 2021 05:14pm
@fazal اس ملک میں کونسا قانون ہے؟ سترہ لاکھ کونسی رقم ہے پتہ نہیں کتے سالوں میں یہ کمائی ہوگی۔ دوسرا آج اس پر پابندی لگاو کل کھانے کے لالے پڑے ہوں گے اسکے گھر۔ اداروں کا کام یہ نہیں ہے۔ خان صاحب اور انکے ادارے میڈیا کانشیس ہیں بس ، وہ سب کرو جو بکتا ہو ایسے ملک نہیں چلتا
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Leo Oct 22, 2021 06:24pm
Big deal Our prime minister is a begger too
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Shafqaat Oct 22, 2021 06:40pm
He must be drug paddler
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Cmer Oct 22, 2021 07:36pm
@Nomi, it's not 1.7m that matters, it's 10m insurance that raises questions
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Uma Oct 22, 2021 07:56pm
Aaj kal begger 2 se 3 hazar daily kamaty han
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Shadab shaikh Oct 22, 2021 08:28pm
All begging people should be checked out about their assets and set rules for begging....they are every where, you can not eat in at any hotel, shop or hawker. Their childen all along with them ....they must be regulated under proper laws
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Sufi Oct 22, 2021 10:09pm
@Leo, just like ur papa
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Khan Oct 22, 2021 11:40pm
@Leo, all prime minister of Pakistan are beggars.
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Mubashir Aziz Oct 23, 2021 12:41am
Shame on FBR and Govt. that instead of giving job or business opportunity to people to earn with dignity that are making beggers and what a joke that FBR has issued notice to begger to submit I.Tax, on a begged money. Shame on them. First of all Rs. 1000/day means Rs. 365,000 per year which is not a taxable amount and if he has Rs. 1.7 million in his account that does not show that he has saved that in a year. That is his assets from saved money from begging. Once again shame on those who has issued such notices
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Kamal Ansari Oct 23, 2021 01:07am
@Fazal, you are right
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MH Oct 23, 2021 07:28am
@Mubashir Aziz, after reading some of the comments above I realised how low our nation has sunk what to talk of fbr. The corrupt businessmen and politicians who evade taxes are moving scot free but a beggar who has over the years saved 1.7 millions for the future of his kids and he is even sending his kids to private school so that his children do not have to beg but unfortunately the feudal mindset of some can’t just bear that the children of beggar rise above their level earn themselves a decent living. Also there is an Einstein who commented that insurance of 10 millions raises doubts, someone please tell him that he will get 10 million insurance once it has matured in 10 or 20 years it is not that he is paying 10 millions each month.
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Kamil Mian Oct 23, 2021 11:34am
This kind of new deincentivizes those who earn through legitimate means.
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Wasim Mahmood Oct 23, 2021 05:08pm
Is begging a profession in the eyes of FBR or according to Pakistan Constitution ? Is it falls under any head of income?
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SAM Oct 23, 2021 06:14pm
The notice must be of copyright infringement / violation
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Faisal Oct 23, 2021 07:37pm
@Mubashir Aziz, U r right. On other end, Zakat, sadqa, kheriat and donations amount are not liable under tax.
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Talha Oct 24, 2021 02:29pm
I meet him 2 years ago. He did masters in English and speak English fluently.
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