PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Revenue Authority (KPRA) has produced Rs34 billion in impose accumulations since its commencement in 2013, as per KPRA Director General Tahir Aurakzai, adding this adds up to 56% of commonplace expense income gathered in 2016 and 2017.
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Talking at a multi partner’s mindfulness and sensitisation session on the income age by KPRA, Aurakzai said that before the eighteenth Amendment there was no component with common governments to gather GST charges. “The present government stepped up and set up KPRA under the KP Finance Act 2013. This year, till November, KPRA has produced Rs5 billion in charges against its set objective of Rs13.6 billion,” he included.
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The session was educated that in 2016-17, Rs10.27 billion were created against its objective of Rs10 billion.