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Order on Appeal No 763-12-2020 Abdullah Malik Vs Federal Board of Revenue

The Appellant requested the Federal Board of Revenue to provide him the detailed information at the given format regarding vehicles which were taken into custody due to non-payment of custom duty from 1.1.2015 till to date and under what law an officer is using the same vehicles for their personal use as in Lahore the additional collector is using the said vehicles and there are four vehicles parked outside his residence 15-B, Askari 10, Lahore and the same were caught by the custom department Lahore for non-payment of custom duty. In 2018 the Chief Justice Supreme Court of Pakistan took the Sue Moto notice for misuse of unauthorized vehicles like land cruiser etc and the same is still pending but in spite of said notice the officer of FBR are still using the said vehicles un authorizingly and the act fall under misuse of power / authority serious action may be taken against them and the same may be communicated to the undersigned. We hope that your office will take serious notice at my complaint as the Prime Minister of Pakistan has already want to see corruption free FBR.

The respondent organization has provided the lists of non-duty paid and tempered vehicles from 01.01.2015 till date but has not provided the list of vehicles withdrawn from all officers, beyond the entitlement of the officers in the FBR (HQ) and field formations of PCS and IRS, in compliance of the direction of the Supreme Court and the affidavit submitted in the Supreme Court to that affect. The appellant has desired the provision of that list as well in his rejoinder.

This Commission has directed the Secretary (DT-FATE), Federal Board of Revenue is directed to provide the list of vehicles withdrawn, beyond the entitlement of the officers in the FBR (HQ) and field formations of PCS and IRS, in compliance of the direction of the Supreme Court in suomoto case no. 11/2018 and the affidavit submitted in the Supreme Court to that affect to the Appellant.

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