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Token tax non-payment: Rawalpindi Excise captures 80 unregistered vehicles

Token tax non-payment: Rawalpindi Excise captures 80 unregistered vehicles

ISLAMABAD: The Taxation department and Rawalpindi Excise has impound 80 vehicles and motorcycles in an process launched against token tax non-payers and unregistered vehicles in the city.
Most of the impounded vehicles owners had defaulted on payment of life time token tax, token tax while others did not have proper registration documents.
The special operation was launched on the directives of Secretary Excise and Taxation Punjab Khalid Masood Chaudhary and Director Excise Jam Siraj Ahmed.
According to an Excise and Taxation spokesman, five teams were constituted in this regard. Excise and Taxation Officer (ETO) Nazia Javed were supervising the operation while senior Inspectors including Malik Muhammad Maskeen, Malik Muhammad Younas, Amir Butt, Saleem Butt, Khalid Saeed Mirza and others conducted crackdown against the defaulters in different areas including Morgah, Civil Lines, Gawalmandi, Sawan Camp, Rawalpindi city and Cantonment areas.
Over 500 vehicles and motorcycles were checked during the operation. A number of vehicles were issued challan slips. The vehicles running on city roads with cancelled registration numbers were also being impounded.
The teams tasked with the checking duty were directed to take strict action in accordance with the law against the rules violators. Unregistered vehicles were also impounded.