ISLAMABAD-The Board of Council of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on Monday has decided to issue notices to the already identified 200,000 non-taxpayers out of total 700,000 within six-week period. Chairman Federal Board of Revenue Salman Siddique chaired the meeting at FBR headquarter on Monday, which was attended by the members and seniors officials of the Tax Department. According to the official of FBR, the meeting has decided to expedite the process of bringing non-taxpayers into the tax net and in this regard the board would issue notices to some 200,000 non-taxpayers within six weeks period, added the official. It is worth mentioning here that FBR has already traced 700,000 non-taxpayers and issued notices to some 80,000 people so far. The participants of the meeting were opinion that process of issuing notices should be further expedited. Meanwhile, the council has constituted a committee under the Chairmanship of member legal to review the issue of powers delegation to the FBR members. The committee would discuss the issue in legal viewpoint. The FBR Chairman and member Inland Revenue Service had serious differences on powers of transfers and postings. Similarly, the meeting has also decided to follow the tax cases pertaining in the courts, as revenue cases are worth of more than Rs 100 billion are pending in different courts of the country. The meeting also reviewed the progress on BTB initiatives, cases of illegal input adjustment of sales tax, filing of representation against the orders of Federal Tax Ombudsman and improving of internal controlling accounting systems. The meeting also discussed the revenue generation strategy for all taxes in order to achieve the revenue collection target of Rs 1952 billion set for the ongoing financial year 2011-2012.