Islamabad Customs chief transferred ahead budget

Islamabad Customs chief transferred ahead budget

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on Tuesday transferred chief collector of customs (north), Islamabad as few days left in announcement for the budget 2022/2023.

According to a notification, Muhammad Asghar Khan, a BS-21 officer of Pakistan Customs Service (PCS) has been transferred and posted as Member, Federal Board of Revenue (Hq), Islamabad from the post of Chief Collector of Customs (North), Customs House, Islamabad.

Muhammad Ali Raza Hanjra, a BS-21 officer of PCS, has been transferred and posted as Chief Collector of Customs (North), Custom House, Islamabad. The officer is currently posted as project director (ITTMS), FBR, Islamabad. The FBR asked the officer to also hold additional charge of the post of Project Director (ITTMS) in addition to his own duties, as per rules.

Usually, the FBR does not make transfers and posting of key posts, especially in the last quarter of a fiscal year and ahead of the federal budget, which usually presented in the first week of every June. The latest transfer of key post has been made as budget likely to be announced in coming days.

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