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Customs Tribunal reserves verdict in one out of seven cases

Customs Tribunal reserves verdict in one out of seven cases

LAHORE: The Customs Appellate Tribunal’s Division Bench-II, comprising Omer Arshad Hakeem, Member Judicial and Imran Tariq, Member Technical, heard seven cases on Monday and adjourned five cases for different dates and reserved verdict in one case.

The division bench-II, comprising Omer Arshad Hakeem, Member Judicial and Imran Tariq, Member Technical, heard seven cases including Farhat Ali versus Directorate of Intelligence and Investigation Multan, Noor Gas versus Customs Lahore, Pak Electronics versus Directorate Post Clearance Audit (PCA) Lahore.

On Monday, the same bench heard appeals of Advance Energies versus Customs Lahore, Dawn Enterprises versus Directorate of Intelligence and Investigation Lahore, Waqas Abbasi versus Customs Lahore and Arshed Sulah versus Customs Lahore. Tribunal also reserved a verdict in an appeal filed by Waqas Abbasi versus Customs Lahore.

The Customs Appellate Tribunal’s Division Bench adjourned five cases until the next date and called the counsels for arguments. The parties were already informed about the cases for arguments.