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Customs Appellate Tribunal adjourns hearing of case filed against I&I

Customs Appellate Tribunal adjourns hearing of case filed against I&I

ISLAMABAD: Customs Appellate Tribunal on Wednesday (5.9.2018) dated in office hearing of couple of customs references involving Directorate General of Investigation and Intelligence and Collectorate of Customs, Islamabad.

Customs Appellate Tribunal’s division bench, comprising of Member Technical Ziauddin Wazir, heard the references.

The bench dated in office hearing with directives to ensure presence before bench while hearing references filed by M/s Pak Gulf Construction Private Limited, and Raja Nabeel Razzaq.

M/s Pak Gulf Construction Private Limited had filed a case for release of imported panel sheets, commonly used for buildings outer renovation. The bench reserved the decision after receiving report from an evaluation committee. The appellant had filed the cases against MCC, Islamabad.

Raja Nabeel Razzaq had filed a case for release of vehicle confiscated by the customs authorities. This case was filed against Directorate General of Intelligence and Investigation, Islamabad. The bench reserved the decision after hearing arguments from sides and submission of documents by the department.

The bench had also heard cases filed by M/s Frontier Cable and M/s Mughal Steel. M/s Frontier Cable had filed a case challenging re-evaluation of imported goods. The appellant had filed the case against MCC, Islamabad.

M/s Mughal Steel also had filed the cases regarding release of imported goods worth over Rs 5,000,000. This case was filed against MCC, Islamabad.