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FBR asks Customs, IRS employees to submit missing appointment letters

FBR asks Customs, IRS employees to submit missing appointment letters

ISLAMABAD: Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has  ordered employees from Inland Revenue and Customs Department to submit their missing appointment letters as soon as possible for the processing of their applications to shuffle their duties.

Appointment letters of BPS 1 to BPS 16 employees of Inland Revenue and Pakistan Customs Department of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) have been allegedly missing in their files.

As per details, an inquiry in applications for the posts from BPS 1 to BPS 16 in Inland Revenue and Pakistan Customs departments of FBR has led to the fact that appointment letters and orders of many employees were not there in their files.

However, many employees argued that the record of their appointment has been destroyed in year 2001 floods affecting several parts of the country.

The inquiry into the appointments has instigated after FBR’s orders to BPS 1 to BPS 16 employees to opt any of two departments of Inland Revenue and Pakistan Customs for their appointment. The employees from both departments filed written applications for the shuffling of their duties. When FBR started the processing of applications it was observed that initial appointment letters of many employees were not in their files.

FBR instructed all Collectors, Deputy Collectors, Chief Commissioners, Statistical Officers and Accounts Officers appointed in field formations to inform all employees of BPS 1 to BPS 16 to submit two copies of their initial appointment letters to FBR as soon as possible.