ISLAMABAD: Whereas listening to a suo motu case pertaining to the offshore property owned by Prime Minister Imran Khan’s sister Aleema Khan, the Supreme Courtroom on Thursday directed her to deposit an quantity of Rs29.four million, ARY Information reported.
Headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar, a bench of the apex court docket was listening to the case.
Salman Akram Raja, counsel for Aleema Khan, contended that his consumer bought the property in Dubai in 2008 utilizing the cash remitted to the UAE by way of a banking channel.
Ms Khan knowledgeable the judges that she had 50 per cent of the quantity incurred on the acquisition of the property whereas she organized the remaining 50 per cent by getting a mortgage from a financial institution.
She stated the property she bought in 2008 was bought final 12 months, including that the property had price her round 30 million rupees.
In the course of the earlier listening to, the Federal Board of Income (FBR) had submitted a report on the offshore property of Aleema Khan within the apex court docket in a sealed envelope.
FBR Inland Income Commissioner Chaudhry Ishtiaq Khan knowledgeable that she had by no means availed herself of any profit from the amnesty scheme launched by the earlier PML-N authorities.
Earlier, the SC had sought tax file of Aleema Khan as when it was knowledgeable by a Federal Board of Income member that Ms Khan availed the tax amnesty scheme.
The FBR official stated amnesty scheme file might be introduced on the court docket orders. The CJP, in his remarks, ordered that the tax particulars be given to the court docket, including “We’ll look into it.”
Earlier responding to FIA discover, Ms Aleema reportedly informed the inquiry officer that she acquired property overseas however now she has bought this asset.