Pakistani Cricketer Mohammad Hafeez fined Rs 26 Million by FBR for Concealing Assets

Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has issued a fine notice of Rs 26 Million to the Former Captain of Pakistan Cricket team, Mohammad Hafeez.

According to news reported, Mohammad Hafeez received the first notice by FBR back in 2014 for concealing assets of worth Rs 86 Million. But unfortunately Hafeez was unable to give satisfactory answer to the FBR authority.

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In November 2019, Pakistani all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez, who is on a tour to England right now with the Pakistan team for a three-match T20I series, received another notice by the revenue authority, which was regarding the alleged concealment of taxes.

However, Hafeez refused all the allegation regarding the concealment of taxes and assets by saying that  He has not received the notice from FBR and that he always files his taxes annually.

However, Hafeez has failed to convince the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) and now has been imposed to pay Rs 26 Million tax.