Pakistani actress Saba Qamar has been purportedly summoned by the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on May 16 for evasion of taxes.
The FBR has apparently sent a notice to the performing artist to clarify an error in her documented wage charges.
The performing artist’s salary charges petitioned for the year 2014-2015 are being examined, a source revealed on Thursday.
The source included, “Saba Qamar’s recorded wage charges don’t coordinate her way of life.”
The performing artist has been solicited to introduce subtle elements from her benefits and outside visits. “Further investigation will be conducted on details presented by the actor and then her income taxes filed for the years 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 will also be audited,” the source said.
Be that as it may, Qamar denied getting any notice from the FBR.
“I have not received any notice and I am only hearing of it from you,” she said.
The actress additionally stated, “This happens every year and I am used to it by now.”
In September a year ago, a warning from the FBR expressed that Qamar had been observed to be an assessment dodger. The FBR had expressed Qamar had defaulted on charge worth Rs3.4 million.
It was likewise announced that the board had fixed the performing artist’s home as she didn’t react to takes note.
Be that as it may, Qamar had expelled the reports saying, “My house has not been sealed, neither has my bank account. I’m a tax filer. It’s very disappointing that channels are circulating such news without finding out the truth. These channels have no credibility as they have been spreading such rumours.”