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Customs Appellate Tribunal hears 10 cases on Thursday

Customs Appellate Tribunal hears 10 cases on Thursday

LAHORE: The Customs Appellate Tribunal heard 10 cases on Thursday and adjourned all the cases to different dates and reserved the verdict in few cases.

According to the details, division bench-II comprising Omer Arshed Hakeem, Member Judicial and Imran Tariq Member Technical heard seven cases, including M/s Hilton Enterprises versus customs Faisalabad, Muhammad Rehan versus customs Multan, Muhammad Nauman versus Customs Lahore, Salman Nauman versus Customs Lahore.

On Thursday, the same bench heard cases filed by Directorate of Intelligence and Investigation Faisalabad versus Gul Jan, Ali Raza Shah versus Directorate of Intelligence and Investigation Lahore and Hanif Radio versus Directorate of Intelligence and Investigation Lahore.

The single bench-II comprising Imran Tariq Member Technical heard two cases; Customs Faisalabad versus J.K Spinning and Muhammad Latif versus Customs Lahore.

In the cases which are adjourned the members of Customs Appellate Tribunal ordered the appellant to appear on the next dates of hearing and present arguments in their respective parties.

Customs Appellate Tribunal will not hear any case on Friday and Saturday because tribunal have reserved only four days from Monday to Thursday for hearing. In the last two days of week members will not hear any case but the other staff of Customs Appellant Tribunal will attend the office and perform duties.