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FBR issues notice to Mansha Bomb for hiding Rs10m assets

FBR issues notice to Mansha Bomb for hiding Rs10m assets

ISLAMABAD: Alleged notorious land grabber Mansha Bomb, involved in over 80 cases of land grabbing, has also defrauded the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) and paid Rs800 as income tax for Year 2017-18, it is learnt here.

Official sources said that Mansha Bomb has showed yearly income of Rs440,000 in the income tax returns of FY2017-18 and declared only Rs1.84 million of overall assets in his tax returns for the said year. Sources added that Mansha Bomb also demanded refund from the FBR for years FY 2017-18.

Sources further added that after the investigations and inquiry, FBR has come to know that Mansha Bomb has over Rs10 million of assets while FBR also issued notice to alleged notorious land grabber Mansha Bomb but FBR has yet not received any response.

Meanwhile, Supreme Court has already ordered the authorities concerned to arrest Mansha Bomb, who is accused of operating a land grabbing group in Lahore.

It is important to mention here that Mansha Bomb is involved in grabbing dozens of private plots as well as state land worth billions of rupees on the Main Boulevard link College Road with Wapda Town.

Mansha Bomb had rented out land to traders who constructed temporary structures and were selling new and used furniture for the past many years. Several furniture workshops have also been established on the state land while he also owns a market in Johar Town.