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Sardar Zaffar Mahmood Khan assumes office as Commissioner Inland Revenue, (Provincial Taxes) AJK

MIRPUR (AJK):The Senior most officer of the Income Tax group of Azad Jammu Kashmir Sardar Zaffar Mahmood Khan has started performing his duties after assuming the charge of the office of Commissioner Inland Revenue (Provincial Taxes), AJK here.
He was performing as Commissioner (Appellant) Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) in Islamabad on deputation for last many years before his recent transfer to his parent Inland Revenue Department and posting as Commissioner Inland Revenue (Provincial Taxes), AJK.
Sardar zafar Mahmud Khan had joined Income Tax department of AJK after qualifying CSS exam in 1996. He served on various important positions in Ajk tax department. On the basis of his achievements and considering his professional profile, his services were requisitioned by F.B.R in 2010. He served as Additional Commissioner Inland Revenue Rawalpindi and Islamabad, where he not only achieved given budgetary targets rather surpassed them with significant increase. On the basis of this meritorious performance and keeping in view his professional qualifications, he was posted as Commissioner Inland Revenue Hazara Divsion in 2016, where he gave 35% increase in given budgetary targets, which was highest in Pakistan during that financial year. Resultantly, he was posted as Commissioner Inland Revenue Islamabad, where his performance was significant and noteworthy. When 13th amendment in Act. 1974, the Interim Constitution of AJK, was passed by AJK Legislative Assembly, he was recalled by Prime Minister of AJK and posted as Commissioner Inland Revenue (Provincial Taxes), Azad Jammu Kashmir.
As far as his educational qualifications are concerned, he holds Master degree in Physics and is a law graduate as well. On a scholarship awarded by world bank, he obtained degree of L.L.M International Taxation Law from University of Leiden, Netherlands in 2008. He also has various computer and professional certificates in his credit. He has also attended various international and national workshops, seminars and short courses related to his profession. He has vast experience of conducting and supervising tax audit. He has also pleaded and defended tax cases before High Courts and Appellate Tribunal. Ends.

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