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For the first time this year, Oklahoma City Public Schools worked with the city to split the cost of eight new SROs who solely patrol elementary schools in the district of 43,000 students.
Sros said he wanted the Ministry of Mines and Energy to conduct research on the effects of sand dredging.
The SROs directed companies that the prices fixed by DRAP should be printed on the packing.
In the case decided recently, the city extended the minimum SRO occupancy period to 32 days.
In a statement issued, Junaid Makda pointed out that under this SRO, FBR has prescribed a Cash Withdrawal Statement for banks to report information of persons who have withdrawn cash exceeding Rs50,000 in a day and taxes deduction thereon for filers and non-filers, aggregating to Rs1 million or more during the month.
The use of SROs originated in Flint, Michigan, during the 1950s, as a means of community policing to deal with increased levels of gun violence.
On June 9, 2016 the federal finance ministry extended the scope of the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Act to the I and I directorate through Statutory Regulatory Order (SRO) 611.
SROs are one of the characteristically unique features of Pakistan's economy.
It was with a view to putting an end to the misuse of SROs that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had made the government agree to withdraw tax exemptions.
"We're seeing an increasing incidence of people who have SROs involved in discipline for non-criminal situations that previously would have been handled by a principal or administrator," Parker says.