Please refer to Kurshid’s Sattaur’s Letter published on October 31, 2014 in the Stabroek News in which pictures were also posted of re-migrant vehicles and his alleged salvaged vehicle. I am wondering where he actually got that picture from or who sent it to him.
A Vehicle Identification Number (VIN #) could help determine salvage qualification. Salvaged vehicles cost around $500-3500.00USD. Mr. Sattaur, please submit the vehicle’s VIN number and I’ll have it checked for free.
Mr. Sattaur is very defensive about this issue since its inception, which can mean he is guilty of the allegations. I have known Mr. Sattaur personally.
There is a businessman who owns a huge store on the West Demerara that sells a variety of items including clothing, electronics etc.
The owner of this store is Muslim and was sent a Notice from GRA, which indicated he owed a hefty sum of money. The man was very worried and he approached Mr. Sattaur with his plight.
The man personally told me after his conversation with the CG, that he was told to visit a particular organization where he met a few of the elders of that organization.
His meeting with these elders caused him to give/pledge Zakat to the organization. The man also told me, that was the end of his tax ordeal.
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