Government departments have not only true, however, no figure on the infamous missing containers

Government departments have not only true, however, no figure on the infamous missing containers

Grab : Bosnia and Herzegovina | Dec 21, 2011 at 9:02 PM PST
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After countless investigations and after months of demand, government departments have not only true, however, no figure on the infamous missing containers.

Since the axis of the Federal Treasury and the National Study of Responsibilities of Auditors presented struggling in the number of containers that has escaped the eagle eyes of `` `because of authorities going back and forth from Afghanistan, the Supreme Court ordered the Defender Municipal Tax Federal, GRAB and FBR Tuesday to launch an application for joint and accelerates the recovery billion that the RS55, in accordance with the investigations by GRASP, had been lost.

The FBR report did not only evaluation of the loss. He said that the system of clearing customs did not recognize the number of hesitation 95,374 containers that had crossed into Afghanistan from Jan 2007 to December 2010 and 77,884 containers that had entered Pakistan in the name of the U.S. military.

But the report raised the GRAB a different picture, suggesting that crossing to Afghanistan to 28,802 commercial containers under the Afghan Transit Trade (ATT) and 3396 containers a non-profit could not be established between Jan 2007 and December 2010 , so the meaning these were pilfered or have been smuggled.

`Thus the actual quantum and nature of goods smuggled into Pakistan in clothing of ATT is a beater RS55 billion, in addition to the loss of 3,398 containers of Treasury regarding NATO / ISAF, that` the report said.

The reports were first submitted to a bench of three-judge SC.The bench has resumed the hearing of a case that relates to import of articles of apparel smuggling food supplies meant for Western forces in Afghanistan. The hearing was postponed until Jan 2.

FBR Chairman Salman Siddique informed the court that four criminal cases that relate to Messers Moon Products, Messers Louis Berger and 265 scams and other containers is 580 containers had been referred for investigation to grasping and fixation of responsibility.

Authorities blamed the `lack of interest in Afghanistan to collect the relevant data for the slow progress. However, he said, efforts were made to speed up proceedings and notices were issued show-cause on the lack 18.653 containers. Up to now 376 cases covering 560 containers have been awarded involving Rs1.9 billion.

The court has asked the President to FBR to send its officers on deputation to grasping to accelerate the process and noted that the court `s only interest was to take public money recovered.

In a telling development, two deputy collectors from Karachi have filed a petition in court questioning the investigations and actions brought by the FBR.

The investigations of `The Knight were handled in a discriminatory manner and a probe by the committee` s FBR with the approval of the chairman of the study, together with the petition contenso `had moved from Jamshed Ali Talpur and Samiul Haq.

The Committee, the petitioners alleged, was penalized only minor customs officials but has ignored the major shareholders such as the National Logistics Company and its subcontractor, his expedition, its clarifying agents / border and other beneficiaries.The Committee `The has left no stone unturned in order to confuse and deceive the Supreme Court by removing or altering most of the facts and avoid tampering with the figures and to serve their nefarious designs of` `, the petition said.


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Government departments have not only true, however, no figure on the infamous missing containers
Mama Great is based in Rāwalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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