Through the online payment solution e-Pay Punjab, the Punjab Finance Department has collected Rs 50 billion as tax revenue against over 10 million transactions to date.
This was informed during a progress review meeting which was chaired by Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) Chairman Azfar Manzoor here on Tuesday. PITB DG IT-Ops Faisal Yousaf and other senior officials were also present at the meeting.
Manzoor further said that e-pay Punjab continues to efficiently facilitate the citizens by enabling them to pay taxes online through a number of payment channels.
The meeting was told that e-Pay Punjab has collected total revenue of Rs 9.68 billion against 1,385,009 transactions on account of token tax, Rs 28.29 billion against 29,918 transactions on account of Sales Tax on Services, Rs 2.22 billion against 7,374,668 transactions on account of traffic challan, Rs 7.5 billion against 415,857 transactions on account of Property Tax and over Rs 1 billion against 239, 035 transactions on account of route permit charges.