Sindh launches crackdown against tax defaulting motor vehicles from December 23

KARACHI: The Sindh government has decided to launch crackdown against tax defaulting motor vehicles across the province.

The operation against tax defaulting motor vehicles will be launched from December 23, 2019.

This decision was taken at a meeting, chaired by the Minister of Excise and Taxation and Narcotics Control and Parliamentary Affairs, Mukesh Kumar Chawla.

The meeting was also attended by Secretary Excise and Taxation and Narcotics Control Abdul Haleem Sheikh, Director General Excise and Taxation and Narcotics Control Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui and other officers.

Giving the briefing to the meeting, Director General Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui said that a massive public awareness campaign had been launched through media so that they could deposit their taxes in a timely manner and on the occasion of the road checking campaign, tax defaulting vehicles would be confiscated and the vehicles would be returned only after payment of due taxes and the arrears.

Addressing the meeting, the Minister for Excise and Taxation and Narcotics Control and Parliamentary Affairs, Mukesh Kumar Chawla, advised the owners of the vehicles to transfer the vehicles into their names immediately after purchasing the vehicle because driving on open litter is a crime.

He added that if the vehicle was used in a crime, then the person whose name was at that time, would be considered legally the original owner while there were 15 branches of National Bank of Pakistan for the convenience of the people to deposit their due taxes have been assigned and the details of these branches are posted on the department’s website and published in newspapers as well.

On this occasion DG Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui told that National Bank Branches were at Awami Markaz, Clifton, Site Area, Nazimabad, Shahbaz Building Hyderabad, Millat Road, Korangi Industrial Area, M.A. Jinnah, Dinsu Hall, Fatima Road Jinnah Road Hyderabad, DHA, PIDC, I.I Chandigarh Road, Gulshan and High Court.

Provincial Minister Mukesh Kumar Chawla advised the owners of tax defaulting vehicles to deposit their taxes before December 23 to avoid any unpleasant situation on the roads

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