LAHORE: The Customs Appellate Tribunal has accepted the appeal filed by M/s Crescent Textile Mills (Private) Limited. The case was filed by the appellant against the Collector of Customs Collectorate, Faisalabad and Deputy Collector (Adjudication), customs Faisalabad.
According to the details, Member Judicial Bench-II Omer Arshed Hakeem heard the case in details and remarked in the final judgment that the tribunal considers opinion in presence of emphatic evidences of replication in ingredients of both proceeding, the impugned order being later in time attracts the prohibition entailed in the Article 13 of constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
According to the brief history of case, during the audit, the customs officers observed that M/s Crescent Textile Mills misused the attempted DTRE. They observed that the company used DTRE for another purpose which was not allowed. The Customs authorities imposed 18.93 percent anti-dumping duty of Rs 1,029,930.
According to the show cause notice, adjudicating proceedings culminated and Order in Original (ONO) passed that charge in show cause notice is established and department ensure recovery of anti-dumping duty.
Being aggrieved from the order, the adjudication authority challenged before the Customs Appellate Tribunal on the grounds that judgment passed without applying judicious mind, impugned Order in Original passed without considering the fact of law appellant added. He added that adjudication order is liable to set aside. On the respondent side, department denied all allegations and appeal for the rejection of application.
The Customs Appellate Tribunal heard the arguments of both parties, examine record and passed the final judgment that appeal has been accepted because impugned order is vitiated resultantly, the appeal stands accepted.