OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Federal Revenue Alliance (FRA) employees union has decided to execute a well planned campaign against rampant corruption and discrimination in the promotion of lower rank officials in the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR). The decision was made during the central executive body meeting, held here at Regional Tax Office (RTO) on Tuesday. FRA members highlighted a series of issues, including inspectors and other lower staff promotions and indifferent attitude of the management at various RTOs. In addition, the meeting addressed membership matters and inclusion of new members in central executive body from customs collectorates and RTO, Karachi. The meeting was chaired by FRA President Mian Abdul Qayyum, which proposed that Federal Board of Revenue employees would finalise their budget proposal during this week to increase tax revenues and curb corruption. Federal Revenue Alliance office-bearers and members from various collectorates across Pakistan participated in the central executive body meeting. It is interesting to note here that Regional Tax Offices senior officials refused to allow Federal Revenue Alliance central executive body meeting in the Regional Tax Offices premises, but owing to strong pressure from the lower staff management had to surrender. The central executive body meeting had once again proved that friction between FBR employees union and senior management is increasing every day, as senior officials in the FBR are not used to face such opposition in the board earlier.