Government tax collection will soon cross 8000 billion, Imran Khan

Government tax collection will soon cross 8000 billion, Imran Khan  In the beginning, when it was asked to collect Rs 8,000 billion in taxes, it was ridiculed. Now we have collected more than Rs 6,000 billion in taxes. Prime Minister Imran Khan addresses the ceremony  Government tax collection will soon cross 8000 billion, Imran Khan ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the government's tax collection will soon cross Rs 8,000 billion. Has collected more than Rs 6,000 billion in taxes, today is a record export, remittances and tax collections. Addressing the launching ceremony of National Small and Medium Enterprises Policy, he said that they were creating facilities for the SME sector, giving importance to the SME sector which was never given in the past, small investments in the past. The bank did not give loans to cars, there is more craze among the youth, loans have been made available for small business people, the youth have a lot of ideas, the state has to help the youth.  "We have started going down due to wrong decisions of the past, we are creating facilities for traders, facilities are being created for SME sector, we have to pay special attention to exports, we are ashamed," he said. Despite such a large population, exports are lower than small countries. Smaller countries outperformed us in exports . Now we have to focus on increasing exports . We will take action against those who create obstacles. This policy will be of great benefit to Pakistan in the days to come . We will work with all the relevant ministries to remove the obstacles in this regard.  Pakistan government kujtny cylnjzmly so do not get any government, the Bank was in deficit, run away from problems revile, Saudi Arabia, China does not help the UAE money the country bankrupt, is bankrupt, money had to fall and inflation. It was going to increase, when it came out of this challenge, it came to a halt, such a crisis comes once in 100 years, such a crisis has not been paid by any government, Pakistan came out even in this crisis, the world is praising Pakistan.  He said that the challenge of new wave of Corona in Pakistan is coming again and Pakistan will get out of it. During the new wave, economic activities will not be restricted and implementation of SOPs will continue. No government has faced a crisis like Corona , such a crisis comes once in a hundred years. The crisis of Afghanistan came, when their currency fell they bought dollars from Pakistan and our rupee was under pressure, the dollar became expensive.  Then the prices of commodities go up, because the supply of commodities is affected which causes the prices to go up. Despite this, there were record exports, record remittances, record tax collections in the history of Pakistan . I said that we will collect 8000 billion in taxes. People joked but now we have crossed over 6000 billion . Together they are making software. In a country of 220 million, only 2 million people pay taxes. There are many people who do not pay taxes. Inshallah, tax collection will cross 8,000.

Government tax collection will soon cross 8000 billion, Imran Khan


In the beginning, when it was asked to collect Rs 8,000 billion in taxes, it was ridiculed. Now we have collected more than Rs 6,000 billion in taxes. Prime Minister Imran Khan addresses the ceremony

Government tax collection will soon cross 8000 billion, Imran Khan
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the government's tax collection will soon cross Rs 8,000 billion. Has collected more than Rs 6,000 billion in taxes, today is a record export, remittances and tax collections. Addressing the launching ceremony of National Small and Medium Enterprises Policy, he said that they were creating facilities for the SME sector, giving importance to the SME sector which was never given in the past, small investments in the past. The bank did not give loans to cars, there is more craze among the youth, loans have been made available for small business people, the youth have a lot of ideas, the state has to help the youth.

"We have started going down due to wrong decisions of the past, we are creating facilities for traders, facilities are being created for SME sector, we have to pay special attention to exports, we are ashamed," he said. Despite such a large population, exports are lower than small countries. Smaller countries outperformed us in exports . Now we have to focus on increasing exports . We will take action against those who create obstacles. This policy will be of great benefit to Pakistan in the days to come . We will work with all the relevant ministries to remove the obstacles in this regard.

Pakistan government kujtny cylnjzmly so do not get any government, the Bank was in deficit, run away from problems revile, Saudi Arabia, China does not help the UAE money the country bankrupt, is bankrupt, money had to fall and inflation. It was going to increase, when it came out of this challenge, it came to a halt, such a crisis comes once in 100 years, such a crisis has not been paid by any government, Pakistan came out even in this crisis, the world is praising Pakistan.

He said that the challenge of new wave of Corona in Pakistan is coming again and Pakistan will get out of it. During the new wave, economic activities will not be restricted and implementation of SOPs will continue. No government has faced a crisis like Corona , such a crisis comes once in a hundred years. The crisis of Afghanistan came, when their currency fell they bought dollars from Pakistan and our rupee was under pressure, the dollar became expensive.

Then the prices of commodities go up, because the supply of commodities is affected which causes the prices to go up. Despite this, there were record exports, record remittances, record tax collections in the history of Pakistan . I said that we will collect 8000 billion in taxes. People joked but now we have crossed over 6000 billion . Together they are making software. In a country of 220 million, only 2 million people pay taxes. There are many people who do not pay taxes. Inshallah, tax collection will cross 8,000.


Two Indigo flights collided in the air, investigation ordered  The information about this incident of serious security breach was given to the country's aviation regulator DGCA and a team has been formed under the leadership of Director General Arun Kumar.  The Directorate General of Aviation Aviation (DGCA) will investigate the case of two domestic IndiGo flights avoiding a narrow-air collision. The information about this incident of serious security breach was given to the country's aviation regulator DGCA and a team has been formed under the leadership of Director General Arun Kumar. Arun Kumar told ANI, 'We are investigating and strict action will be taken against those found guilty. Indigo Airlines declined to comment on the incident.  According to officials, two Indio flights from Bangalore to Kolkata and Bhubaneswar had narrowly avoided a collision in the air, in the incident that revealed communication and negligence between the radar operators and ATC officials as the two aircraft were on the same air path (same air). path) cannot be operated. DGCA officials told news agency ANI, 'On 7 January 2022, two Indio flights 6E 455 (Bengaluru-Kolkata) and 6E 246 (Bangalore-Bhubaneswar) were involved in a 'breach of separation' at Bangalore Airport.  Officials said, "Both runways were in use, the officer on the shift decided to use one runway-North runway for arrival and departure." The South Runway will be kept closed but this information was not given to the South Tower Controller. In such a situation, flight 6E 455 going to Kolkata was allowed to depart in South Tower controller, at the same time North Tower controller allowed flight 6E 246 going to Bhubaneswar without coordination. "Prima facie the report said, 'The incident took place due to communication gap between the radar controllers and the ATC officials.' Hundreds of passengers were on board IndiGo's Airbus flight.


Two Indigo flights collided in the air, investigation ordered


The information about this incident of serious security breach was given to the country's aviation regulator DGCA and a team has been formed under the leadership of Director General Arun Kumar.

The Directorate General of Aviation Aviation (DGCA) will investigate the case of two domestic IndiGo flights avoiding a narrow-air collision. The information about this incident of serious security breach was given to the country's aviation regulator DGCA and a team has been formed under the leadership of Director General Arun Kumar. Arun Kumar told ANI, 'We are investigating and strict action will be taken against those found guilty. Indigo Airlines declined to comment on the incident.

According to officials, two Indio flights from Bangalore to Kolkata and Bhubaneswar had narrowly avoided a collision in the air, in the incident that revealed communication and negligence between the radar operators and ATC officials as the two aircraft were on the same air path (same air). path) cannot be operated. DGCA officials told news agency ANI, 'On 7 January 2022, two Indio flights 6E 455 (Bengaluru-Kolkata) and 6E 246 (Bangalore-Bhubaneswar) were involved in a 'breach of separation' at Bangalore Airport.

Officials said, "Both runways were in use, the officer on the shift decided to use one runway-North runway for arrival and departure." The South Runway will be kept closed but this information was not given to the South Tower Controller. In such a situation, flight 6E 455 going to Kolkata was allowed to depart in South Tower controller, at the same time North Tower controller allowed flight 6E 246 going to Bhubaneswar without coordination. "Prima facie the report said, 'The incident took place due to communication gap between the radar controllers and the ATC officials.' Hundreds of passengers were on board IndiGo's Airbus flight.


Korla People's Court verdict upheld by five women in one family  Recently, our radio station handed over a "verdict" that severely punished five women in a family belonging to the Korla Municipal People's Court.  A total of five people, including a mother, daughter and daughter-in-law in the same family, were sentenced to between seven and 20 years in prison on charges of so-called "illegal religious activities," the verdict said. A court official who answered our reporter's call confirmed the validity of the verdict by stating that four judges, including Shirali Mehmet, who signed the "verdict" issued in April 2019, are currently serving in the Korla Municipal Court.  According to the Korla Municipal People's Court's Criminal Judgment No. 312, 2019, five women, including Khalcham Pazil, Malikizat Mehmet, Patigul Mehmet, Zamira Mehmet and Bostan Ibrahim, "heard and provided a venue for the so-called illegal religious propaganda". He was sentenced to seven to 20 years in prison on charges of "disturbing public order and inciting ethnic hatred." The eldest of the convicts, Khalcham Pazil, is 78 years old this year and the youngest, Bostan Ibrahim, is 33 years old, one of whom is a civil servant and the rest are housewives. The verdict was signed under the words "Chief Justice Shirali Mehmet, Judge Ahmetcan Kurban and Ibadet Yasin, Registrar Dilmurat Parhat".  We called the Korla Municipal Court to confirm the verdict. A court official, in response to a question about the details of the case and the identity of the judges who signed the verdict, suggested that we obtain information from the police. The officer also did not answer our questions about whether there were judges of that name in this trial.  According to the verdict, the five women were charged by the Korla Municipal Procuratorate. The indictment alleges that the man who heard the sermons of the five women was a man named Khalchigul Mehmet and that he was currently abroad. According to the Korla in exile, Khalchigul Memet was a woman who was prominent in Korla at the time and grew up in a religious family and is currently living in Turkey.  Ms. Khalchigul, who answered our call, stated that the person mentioned in the verdict was her own and also provided information about the identities of the five convicts. The five convicted mothers, daughters and daughters-in-law are said to have traditionally visited each other, visited their families, and exchanged views and exchanged views on mutual religious literacy, complementary religious education, and offspring. Stating that she has a certain religious background because she grew up in a religious family, Ms. Khalchigul stressed that these meetings are a cultural event and tradition that has been going on in the Uyghurs for hundreds of years.  The verdict also mentions the name of another inmate, Qadri Mehmet, and said that he would be dealt with separately in another case. Khalchigul Mehmet said the woman was also a member of the same family as the five women mentioned in the verdict, and that her family's brothers, Mahmut Mehmet and Musajan Mehmet, and Zohragul were also cut off, meaning a total of nine members of the family were currently in custody.  Another Korla Municipal Court judge who answered our call confirmed the verdict by stating that Chief Justice Shirali Mehmet, Judge Ahmetcan Kurban and Ibadet Yassin, who were named in the verdict, were still working in the court.  According to the verdict, the first of the detainees was Princess Memet, who was released on April 2, 2019. This comes at a time when former Uyghur President Shohrat Zakir has announced the closure of so-called "training centers" in the region.

Korla People's Court verdict upheld by five women in one family


Recently, our radio station handed over a "verdict" that severely punished five women in a family belonging to the Korla Municipal People's Court.

A total of five people, including a mother, daughter and daughter-in-law in the same family, were sentenced to between seven and 20 years in prison on charges of so-called "illegal religious activities," the verdict said. A court official who answered our reporter's call confirmed the validity of the verdict by stating that four judges, including Shirali Mehmet, who signed the "verdict" issued in April 2019, are currently serving in the Korla Municipal Court.

According to the Korla Municipal People's Court's Criminal Judgment No. 312, 2019, five women, including Khalcham Pazil, Malikizat Mehmet, Patigul Mehmet, Zamira Mehmet and Bostan Ibrahim, "heard and provided a venue for the so-called illegal religious propaganda". He was sentenced to seven to 20 years in prison on charges of "disturbing public order and inciting ethnic hatred." The eldest of the convicts, Khalcham Pazil, is 78 years old this year and the youngest, Bostan Ibrahim, is 33 years old, one of whom is a civil servant and the rest are housewives. The verdict was signed under the words "Chief Justice Shirali Mehmet, Judge Ahmetcan Kurban and Ibadet Yasin, Registrar Dilmurat Parhat".

We called the Korla Municipal Court to confirm the verdict. A court official, in response to a question about the details of the case and the identity of the judges who signed the verdict, suggested that we obtain information from the police. The officer also did not answer our questions about whether there were judges of that name in this trial.

According to the verdict, the five women were charged by the Korla Municipal Procuratorate. The indictment alleges that the man who heard the sermons of the five women was a man named Khalchigul Mehmet and that he was currently abroad. According to the Korla in exile, Khalchigul Memet was a woman who was prominent in Korla at the time and grew up in a religious family and is currently living in Turkey.

Ms. Khalchigul, who answered our call, stated that the person mentioned in the verdict was her own and also provided information about the identities of the five convicts. The five convicted mothers, daughters and daughters-in-law are said to have traditionally visited each other, visited their families, and exchanged views and exchanged views on mutual religious literacy, complementary religious education, and offspring. Stating that she has a certain religious background because she grew up in a religious family, Ms. Khalchigul stressed that these meetings are a cultural event and tradition that has been going on in the Uyghurs for hundreds of years.

The verdict also mentions the name of another inmate, Qadri Mehmet, and said that he would be dealt with separately in another case. Khalchigul Mehmet said the woman was also a member of the same family as the five women mentioned in the verdict, and that her family's brothers, Mahmut Mehmet and Musajan Mehmet, and Zohragul were also cut off, meaning a total of nine members of the family were currently in custody.

Another Korla Municipal Court judge who answered our call confirmed the verdict by stating that Chief Justice Shirali Mehmet, Judge Ahmetcan Kurban and Ibadet Yassin, who were named in the verdict, were still working in the court.

According to the verdict, the first of the detainees was Princess Memet, who was released on April 2, 2019. This comes at a time when former Uyghur President Shohrat Zakir has announced the closure of so-called "training centers" in the region.(rfa.org)

The Swiss state television reported on the "invisible suffering of a nation."  The Swiss National Radio and Television Corporation (SRF) Channel 1 hosted a talk show on January 15 on Star Time, entitled "The Invisible Sorrows of a Nation," dedicated to the current situation of the Uyghurs. Andili Memetkerim, President of the Swiss Uyghur Association, and Ms. Paula Shirode, Professor at the University of Bayreuth in Germany, were invited to the meeting, which was chaired by Mr. Ahmed Milad.  "More than 10 million Uyghurs live in China's western Xinjiang region," he said in a statement on the program "Invisible Suffering of a Nation." As a Muslim minority, they have been subjected to systematic discrimination, torture, forced labor, and incarceration in "re-education" camps by the Chinese government over the years. What does this sad experience of the Uyghurs mean for your faith? The Chinese government is cracking down on Uyghurs. They will continue to be monitored, forced to give up their religious and cultural identities, and to conform to the ideology of the Communist Party. Many of them have been missing for years, and their families have not been able to contact them. Uyghur Independent Court Condemns Chinese Genocide Against Uyghurs Beijing has repeatedly denied the allegations. Why do Uyghurs fall victim to China's repressive policies? What role does their Muslim faith play in this? What does this mean for your faith? "  Although the program, entitled "The Invisible Sufferings of a Nation," was originally intended to focus on the plight of Uyghurs' religious persecutions, in reality the conversation has spread to all areas of the current plight of the Uyghurs. Mr. Andili Memetkerim, President of the Swiss Uyghur Association, who participated in the discussion, put forward this view. He spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was important for China.  Professor Paula Shirode, an Islamic researcher at the University of Bayreuth in Germany, also confirmed the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating "Similar, baseless allegations concerning China's foreign policy have been made more than once. He stressed the need to suppress Islam from the spirit of the Uyghurs and to coerce the communist ideology.  Mr. Habibullah Izchi, an Uyghur intellectual in Switzerland who watched the program "Invisible Sufferings of a Nation", commented that the program sheds light on the current real situation in East Turkestan, that the issue in the film is not just the religious issue in East Turkestan, but the issue of religion. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.  The one-hour program, "Invisible Sufferings of a Nation," has been widely reported in the media since January 16, when German-speaking nations such as Switzerland, Germany, and Austria dominate.


The Swiss state television reported on the "invisible suffering of a nation."


The Swiss National Radio and Television Corporation (SRF) Channel 1 hosted a talk show on January 15 on Star Time, entitled "The Invisible Sorrows of a Nation," dedicated to the current situation of the Uyghurs. Andili Memetkerim, President of the Swiss Uyghur Association, and Ms. Paula Shirode, Professor at the University of Bayreuth in Germany, were invited to the meeting, which was chaired by Mr. Ahmed Milad.

"More than 10 million Uyghurs live in China's western Xinjiang region," he said in a statement on the program "Invisible Suffering of a Nation." As a Muslim minority, they have been subjected to systematic discrimination, torture, forced labor, and incarceration in "re-education" camps by the Chinese government over the years. What does this sad experience of the Uyghurs mean for your faith? The Chinese government is cracking down on Uyghurs. They will continue to be monitored, forced to give up their religious and cultural identities, and to conform to the ideology of the Communist Party. Many of them have been missing for years, and their families have not been able to contact them. Uyghur Independent Court Condemns Chinese Genocide Against Uyghurs Beijing has repeatedly denied the allegations. Why do Uyghurs fall victim to China's repressive policies? What role does their Muslim faith play in this? What does this mean for your faith? "

Although the program, entitled "The Invisible Sufferings of a Nation," was originally intended to focus on the plight of Uyghurs' religious persecutions, in reality the conversation has spread to all areas of the current plight of the Uyghurs. Mr. Andili Memetkerim, President of the Swiss Uyghur Association, who participated in the discussion, put forward this view. He spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was important for China.

Professor Paula Shirode, an Islamic researcher at the University of Bayreuth in Germany, also confirmed the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating "Similar, baseless allegations concerning China's foreign policy have been made more than once. He stressed the need to suppress Islam from the spirit of the Uyghurs and to coerce the communist ideology.

Mr. Habibullah Izchi, an Uyghur intellectual in Switzerland who watched the program "Invisible Sufferings of a Nation", commented that the program sheds light on the current real situation in East Turkestan, that the issue in the film is not just the religious issue in East Turkestan, but the issue of religion. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.

The one-hour program, "Invisible Sufferings of a Nation," has been widely reported in the media since January 16, when German-speaking nations such as Switzerland, Germany, and Austria dominate.(rfa.org)
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