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Customs Appellate Tribunal chairman hears final arguments on petition filed by M/s TCS

Customs Appellate Tribunal chairman hears final arguments on petition filed by M/s TCS

ISLAMABAD: Customs Appellate Tribunal Chairman Justice (r) Malik Manzoor Hussain has heard the arguments on a number of cases, including the recently filed case by M/s TCS (Private) Limited.  The chairman was heading tribunal’s division bench comprising the other member, Ziauddin Wazir.

The bench heard nine cases. Directorate General Intelligence and Investigation, Islamabad, M/s Smart Zone, M/s TCS (Private) Limited, Saqib Abbas and Ghazanfar Gul had filed these cases. Hearing of a majority of cases was adjourned till the last week of January.

Earlier, the bench had dated in office the hearing of cases filed by model Ayyan Ali, Altaf Hussain, Muhammad Awais, M/s Universal Gateway, M/s New Ahsan Enterprises, and M/s Teens Enterprises, till 23rd January.

The tribunal tomorrow would hear M/s Danial Engineering and others, Muhammad Riaz and others, M/s Expert Chemico Trading Co, Fazal Rahim, and Shaista Gul and others had filed cases which would be heard by by the chairman in single bench. These cases had been filed against Model Collectorate of Customs, Islamabad. Chairman would also hear cases in division bench.

During his visit he had heard around a dozen cases filed by these cases were filed by M/s Waseem Autos, M/s Nisar Traders, M/s Parts & Parts, M/s Chief Autos, M/s Aman Elahi, M/s Kohinoor Traders, M/s Saleem Silk Centre, M/s Five Star Trading, M/s Pakistan Royal Group and M/s Nayatel Private Limited, M/s Degicell & others, M/s Kohinoor Chemical, Mirza Muhammad Majid, M/s Fazal Razaq, M/s Fazal Ur Rehman and Gul Rehman & others.

They also stated that around a dozen cases were included in pending cases list for hearing. The chairman would hear the included in upcoming visit to Islamabad for the first time, they added.

He had headed tribunal’s proceedings for days at Islamabad where he heard cases besides performing some of important administrative tasks.

The chairman had decided a number of cases during his stay at tribunal besides heading administrative matters. He had adjourned hearing on cases involving Model Collectorate of Customs and Directorate General of Investigation and Intelligence, Islamabad.

The appellants had filed cases against Directorate General of Investigation and Intelligence, Islamabad and Model Collectorate of Customs, Islamabad.