RAWALPINDI - The Lahore High Court (LHC) Rawalpindi Bench Tuesday issued notices to Chairman Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on a contempt of court petition filed against him stating that he had violated court orders regarding establishment of Inland Revenue Services (IRS). Issuing the notices, LHC Justice Asad Munir directed the FBR Chairman to submit his reply within two weeks and adjourned the hearing of the case. Officials of Customs and Excise Department have filed a contempt of court petition against the FBR Chairman through their lawyer Barrister Masroor Shah and made chairman, member legal FBR and member indirect tax policy as respondents. In their petition, they claimed the maintained, the Chairman had violated the court orders of September 25 regarding establishment of Inland Revenue Services (IRS). The petitioner also alleged that the FBR also issued two different notifications on November 11 asking chief commissioner large taxpayer unit RTU and regional tax office to collect sales under the IRS despite its creation was stayed by the court.