Notice is issued to PIA for nonpayment to Air port hotel in Karachi

Notice is issued to PIA for nonpayment to Air port hotel in Karachi

Karāchi : Pakistan | Sep 23, 2012 at 1:09 PM PDT
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Civil aviation issued a notice to PIA for nonpayment of 100 million rupees.

This air port hotel is situated in Karachi air port and is run by PIA. According to CAA this notice is issued on the instructions of Public Accounts Committee.

Since 2001 PIA has not paid 100 million rupees to CAA.PIA accommodates transit passengers of India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in this hotel. There PIA sources told that we have received this notice but we cannot vacant hotel immediately. We are contacting Government in this context

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Notice is issued to PIA for nonpayment to Air port hotel in Karachi
Notice is issued to PIA for nonpayment to Air port hotel in Karachi.
mamukakan is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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