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SINDH GOVT SEEKS TO MODERNIZE TAX COLLECTION ARM: SHAH

February 23, 2014



The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that Sindh government is implementing a public sector financial management reform program with technical assistance of the World Bank and financial expertise of public and private sector to modernize the tax collecting organization of Sindh, source said research analyst-PAGE. The government seeks to enhance its tax collection capacity by increasing the present revenue collection of Rs 91 billion to Rs 200 billion over the next three years. This he said while presiding over a meeting of strategic reform group for Sindh public sector management reform program at CM House Karachi.

The Advisor to CM for Finance Syed Murad Ali Shah, Chief Secretary Sindh Sajjad Saleem Hotiyana, Additional Chief Secretary Development Wasim Ahmed, Secretary to CM Rai Sikandar, Secretary Finance Sohail Rajput Secretary Excise and Taxation Aijaz Ahmed, Chairman Sindh Revenue Board Tashfeen Khan Niaz, Senior Member BOR, DG Audit, A.G Sindh and other officers of linked departments attended the meeting.


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Source: Pakistan & Gulf Economist


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