Islamabad’s dealers have declared to walk towards Parliament House on October 7 after negotiations fizzled with the Federal Board of Revenue over the fixed tax scheme.
addressing to a question and answer session on Monday, President of Markazi Tanzeem-e-Tajran (Central Traders Organization) Muhammad Kashif Chaudhry said that dealers from the whole way across the nation would walk towards Parliament House from Melody Market subsequent to going to the trader’s convention.
Kashif Chaudhry said the burden of CNIC condition on buy over a sum is coming about in the ‘financial homicide of dealers’ and thus, deals have decreased by 40%.
He included that as opposed to controlling sneaking, the FBR has made obstacles in method for legitimate imports while shops were additionally being assaulted, including that retail and discount markets appear to be left.
Talks with FBR fail: Traders announce protest march on Islamabad https://t.co/JfYWVK5YJJ
— Yasmeen Ali (@yasmeen_9) September 23, 2019
The Markazi Tanzeem Tajran Pakistan president said the time has come to find a way to secure dealers and the economy. “We introduced a 32-point plan against government’s anti-industry arrangements,” he said. In any case, the legislature has officially dismissed their requests.
Traders announce Islamabad march on Oct 9 https://t.co/a5ap3aLlYR
— The Express Tribune (@etribune) September 20, 2019
Chaudhry said that after the one-day walk, a traders’ show would be held where the future game plan would be chosen, which could be in the state of the lockdown of real urban communities, screen down strikes for an uncertain period and dissent walks crosswise over Pakistan.
— Middle-East & Pakistan Times of News (@MiddleEastTon) September 24, 2019