Lahore: Two FBR officers relinquish charge

LAHORE: Three officers of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) relinquished charge of their current offices, while retirement notification to an officer has been issued.

According to details, Mr. Shaban Bhatti BS-19 officer of Inland Revenue Service relinquished the charge of the post of Additional Commissioner Inland Revenue, Large Taxpayers Unit, Lahore from August 12.

Ms. Najwa Farooq, IRS/BS-17 presently posted as Assistant Commissioner, Regional Tax Office, Lahore is transferred and posted as Assistant commissioner, RTO, Rawalpindi, with immediate effect.

She was asked to relinquish, assume charge, using online HRMS facility made available at all FBR major field offices or by using IJP login.

Meanwhile, on attaining the age of superannuation, Ms. Sabiha Mujahid, BS-21Officer of Inland Revenue Service, presently posted as Accountant Member, Appellate Tribunal Inland Revenue, Lahore, shall stand retired from Government Service from November 27.

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Customs officers CTP sequence finalised

LAHORE: Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has finalised various officers of Pakistan Customs Services (PCS) for 35th and 36th Common Training Programme (CTP) of inter se seniority.

The officers selected for 35th CTP are Muhammad Ali, Asad Khan, Beenish Iftikhar,Tayyaba Bukhari, Asma Bashir, Khaldun ul Haq, Muhammad Moazzam Raza, Ali Waheed Khan, Zaheer Abbas Amanullah, Syed Babar Ali Shah, Fazli Shakoor, Asim Rehman, Mumtaz Ali, Muhammad Faisal, Zehra Tahir Naqvi, Shoukat Hayat, Shams Ur Rehman Wazir and Iqbal Ahmad Memon.

Similarly, the officers finalised for 36th CTP are Falik Shair, Ammar Ahmad Mir, Nuasheen Riaz Khan, Yawar Nawaz, Muhammad Rizwan, Mehwish Shah, Mariam Mehdi Raja, Mahmood Ur Rehman Khattak, Muhammad Rehan Akram, Aneeqa Afzal, Palwasha Syed, Amina Naeem, Shah Faisal, Abdul Mueed Omer Bin Zafar Chattha, Jahanzeb Abbasi and Sohaib Anwar Hashmi.

The officers are directed to file objections, along with documentary evidence to seniority list by September 06, 2013 failing which it would be believed the officers had no objections and the inter se seniority list would be finalised accordingly.