The Capitals Nanba Threatened a Shutdown Strike

The capital's Nanba threatened a shutdown strike in 10 days if new rates were not notified about the crisis and Loti. They had a press conference at the National Press Club on Saturday, announcing that the gas bill would not decrease and would strike after September 18 if the increased rates of naan and roti were not accepted by the authorities.

President of Pakistan's Nanbai Association

Shafiq Qureshi, said the government is making headlines with false and unrealistic statements about gas and flour prices. It's strange. I don't want to say that government officials are actually running Sor, but departments listen to the Prime Minister's orders," Qureshi said. He announced that he would lower the gas bill for his door to its original level, but said there was no reduction in gas bill for us. Fazal Karim Abbasi, Pakistan's President Islamabad, blamed high rents and high wages for business losses in Pakistan's National Nanbai Association.

Abbasi said that flour prices have not fallen since the Punjab government announced in the second week of August. He added that the price of other commodities rose in trade, including ghee. On August 20, the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) government informed the executive team that naan and roti would be sold to Rs10 and Rs8, respectively. In addition to selling at a higher price, Nanbais also sold roti and naan at much lower prices than the officially known 120g weight. The official charge of kulcha is Rs12, the known weight is 130 g.

Nanbais denied claims that small traders, including Nanbais, were close to PML-N and blamed the government. GNA Bhara Kahupresident Habib Khan said, “This impression is completely inaccurate because many members belong to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and have been supporting PTI for several years. I've been a PTI employee for over 12 years, but the issue is related to improper planning and implementation of related departments, including deficiencies in rent control laws in the ICT administration, Sui Gas and Islamabad." said.

The World Bank

We learned that the World Bank will strengthen the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government's ability to collect sales tax and increase its responsibility for managing public investment and providing public services in the public sector. The 'Governance and Policy Program' project, approved by the World Bank Executive Committee this month, aims to increase local governments' revenue mobilization and public financial management capabilities. According to the World Bank's report on the project, the province is likely to increase income, but its own resource income (OSR) is still low.

This is the result of the establishment of a complex agency in which three agencies collect various taxes. The Department of Excise, Taxation and Drug Management collects city real estate property taxes, automobile taxes, professional taxes and local excise taxes. The Revenue Commission collects taxes on real estate transactions and land and agricultural income taxes. KP IRS collects general sales tax for services.

KP was unable to mobilize the full range of OSRs at its disposal, as there was no integration to use taxpayers to increase compliance, resolve tax evasion, and reduce tax collection costs. In addition, the province did not take advantage of untaxed income by better utilizing natural and property assets and optimizing the commercial use of government-owned real estate assets.

Analysis of the general sales tax on services in 2018 showed that KP tripled tax revenues by improving tax compliance from today's expected 23pc to 75pc and increased its dependence on federal transfers that accounted for 86pc local revenues in 2016-17. Indicates that it can be reduced.

Branching budget spending into the "Repeat" and "Development" categories makes it difficult to measure public service delivery costs and allocate funds accordingly. The slow implementation of the Treasury single account hinders cash management because the practice of depositing government funds into commercial banks undermines the accuracy of the state's cash position.

Driving the Mai Kolachi bypass

Driving the Mai Kolachi bypass will be a pleasant surprise. Newly planted seedlings lined up on both sides of the main road. A close examination showed that most fruit trees, including tropical almonds, chiku, oleander and mulberry. The remaining trees that do not bear fruit will grow to provide a lot of shade when they grow wild and become gulmohar trees. Most trees have a white label that mentions the Dawoodi Bohra initiative, Project Rise, as a donor to this tree. God forbids us to change a tree if it dies.

Zahiib Tahir, a spokeswoman for the Dawoodi Bohra community, said he thought specially about planting native trees along the road with the dawn. “We wanted to plant a local tree, but among all the local species we chose a planted tree after consulting with a horticultural scholar. We wanted the tree to grow well near the shore, ”he added. He planted about 500 trees in the area.

Then we wanted to plant more fruit trees. “The reason for doing that was to bring the birds to this area. There are many local birds here that can taste the fruit of this tree, ”he said. "They can even nest in trees because every tree grows into a big bush tree and provides enough shade. A spokesman asked why he did not intend to plant a mango tree when planting other fruit trees, and said that people, especially children, would stone the tree for mangoes.

They said

When they thought they would still eat cheeku, jamun, mulberries, etc., it probably happened. But the tree will give everyone fruit. People take what they see and eat what the birds find, ”he said. He also said that seedlings would be the responsibility of the Bohra community, which planted the trees until they grew into trees. “We supply fertilizer with water. And if God forbids and the tree dies, we will replace it. Now we have nature on our side because the Almighty sent us rain after we planted the seedlings last week. It really helped the seedlings to take root.

These trees are said to soon turn Mai Kolachi Bypass into a model road with shaded green fruit fruit trees. Mai Kolachi's US dollar is part of the Sindh government's Green Karachi initiative. Barrister Murtaza Wahab, advisor to the Minister of Law, Coastal Development, Climate Change and Environment Justice, said that when Karachi planted hundreds of trees in various parts of the city, he wanted to make it a pollution-free metropolis.

A Karachi Port Trust spokesman said that while the Dawoodi Bohra community was planting trees, Karachi Municipality was responsible for repainting the sidewalk boundaries of the roads.
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