LAHORE: The Inland Revenue appellate tribunal has started to computerise record to help litigants.
Addressing a seminar, Inland Revenue Appellate Tribunal Headquarters Bench Chairman Jawaid Masood Tahir Bhatti said that the tribunal was taking measures to resolve the cases as soon as possible. He said that the record of cases was being computerised to facilitate the appellants. He said all appellants would be able to get information about their cases by only sending a short message service (SMS) after the computerisation of the record.
He added that tribunals would be established in other districts by increasing the workforce. He said that the tribunal was struggling to handle the refund cases on priority. Bhatti said that establishing special courts was a need of the hour.