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Customs Appellate Tribunal hears 18 cases on Wednesday

Customs Appellate Tribunal hears 18 cases on Wednesday

LAHORE: The single and double benches of the Customs Appellate Tribunal heard 18 cases on Wednesday and reserved verdicts on three cases after counsels concluded their arguments.

The Division Bench-I, comprising Muhammad Shabbir Gujjar, Member Judicial and Imran Tariq, Member Technical, heard eight appeals including Naveed Cargo versus Collector Customs Lahore, Malik and Sons versus Collector Customs Lahore, Oversight Private versus Collector Customs Lahore, Collector Customs Lahore versus Muhammad Altaf Khan, Collector Customs Lahore versus Khursheed, Syed Irfan Ali versus Collector Customs Lahore and Muhammad Arshed Butt versus Collector Customs Lahore.

The Bench-I, Member Technical Saud Imran, heard two appeals including Ghulam Shabbir Ahmed versus Collector Customs Anti-Smuggling Organization (ASO) Multan and Raja Muhammad Mushtaq versus Collector Customs ASO Lahore

The Division Bench-I, comprising Muhammad Omer Arshad Hakeem, Member judicial and Saud Imran, Member Technical heard case of Imran Nawaz versus Customs Lahore, Khawaja Saad Maqsood versus Directorate of Intelligence and Investigation Faisalabad, Customs Lahore versus Abdullah Hassan, Muhammad Younas versus Directorate of Intelligence and Investigation Faisalabad, Fatima Fertilizers versus Directorate of Post Clearance Audit (PCA) Lahore three appeals, Amjad Ali versus Customs Faisalabad, Muhammad Asgher versus Customs Lahore, Scale Tech versus Customs Lahore and Sugi private limited versus Customs Lahore.

The verdicts are reserved in appeals of Collector Customs Lahore versus Muhammad Altaf Khan, Collector Customs Lahore versus Khursheed and Customs Lahore versus Abdullah Hassan