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DHAKA : The National Board of Revenue (NBR) has found gross irregularities in documentations for replacing SIM (subscriber identity module) by the country’s four major mobile phone operators, reports BSS.
An investigation of a committee of the country’s revenue authorities revealed around 79 percent of the documents submitted for replacing SIM do not match with the original Subscriber Application Forms (SAF).
The SIM Card Replacement Review Committee (SCRRC) of the NBR prepared the report after scrutinising the SAF, SIM Registration Form (SRF) and Undertaking Form (UTF) of the operators submitted between August, 2010 and December, 2011. The NBR committee found dissimilarity in subscribers’ name in the related documents submitted by the operators.
The SCRRC was formed to examine the SIM replacement documents of the four operators against the backdrop of the allegation that the operators have dodged taxes of Taka 3,062 crore through selling old SIMs to new clients.
The four operators are-Grameenphone, Banglalink, Robi and Airtel. The SCRRC has found highest 94.79 percent dissimilarity in the documents of market leader Grameenphone. They collected 1,400 samples of Grameenphone where only 5.21 percent or 73 SIM Registration Forms (SRF) or Undertaking Forms (UTF) matched with the given original Subscriber Application Forms (SAF).
Besides, Banglalink has 94.83 percent dissimilarity in the SIM replacement documents. Only 5.17 percent or 62 SRF or UTF matched with the given original SAF from the collected 1,200 samples.
In the case of Robi, the dissimilarity percentage rate was 93.42. Only 6.58 percent or 79 SRF or UTF matched with the given original SAF from the collected 1,200 samples.DHAKA : The National Board of Revenue (NBR) has found gross irregularities in documentations for replacing SIM (subscriber identity module) by the country’s four major mobile phone operators, reports BSS.
An investigation of a committee of the country’s revenue authorities revealed around 79 percent of the documents submitted for replacing SIM do not match with the original Subscriber Application Forms (SAF).
The SIM Card Replacement Review Committee (SCRRC) of the NBR prepared the report after scrutinising the SAF, SIM Registration Form (SRF) and Undertaking Form (UTF) of the operators submitted between August, 2010 and December, 2011. The NBR committee found dissimilarity in subscribers’ name in the related documents submitted by the operators.
The SCRRC was formed to examine the SIM replacement documents of the four operators against the backdrop of the allegation that the operators have dodged taxes of Taka 3,062 crore through selling old SIMs to new clients.
The four operators are-Grameenphone, Banglalink, Robi and Airtel. The SCRRC has found highest 94.79 percent dissimilarity in the documents of market leader Grameenphone. They collected 1,400 samples of Grameenphone where only 5.21 percent or 73 SIM Registration Forms (SRF) or Undertaking Forms (UTF) matched with the given original Subscriber Application Forms (SAF).
Besides, Banglalink has 94.83 percent dissimilarity in the SIM replacement documents. Only 5.17 percent or 62 SRF or UTF matched with the given original SAF from the collected 1,200 samples.
In the case of Robi, the dissimilarity percentage rate was 93.42. Only 6.58 percent or 79 SRF or UTF matched with the given original SAF from the collected 1,200 samples.