Qatari embassy issue clarification over recovered non custom paid vehicles from former NAB Chief compound
RAWALPINDI – The Qatari embassy has responded over issue of seized non custom paid vehicles from a textile mills.
It has issued a clarification pertaining to the recovery of 21 luxury vehicles from the compound of a textile mill owned by former National Accountability Bureau (NAB) chief Saifur Rehman.
In his letter, Qatari Ambassador Saqr Bin Mubarak Al Mansouri said the luxury vehicles were legally brought to Pakistan and were then to be used for hunting purposes.
The cars belong to the Qatari ruling family and had been parked in the properties owned by Rehman in Lahore, Karachi, and Islamabad, he added.
Customs officials, however, said the embassy did not disclose ownership of the vehicles in its letter to the Pakistani authorities. They added that the cars were illegaly parked as the authorities did not find any import document.