On the direction of Mukesh Kumar Chawla, Provincial Minister for Excise & Taxation and Narcotics Control Department & Parliamentary Affairs & Food, a total of 3214 vehicles have been checked till the second day of the ongoing road checking campaign against tax defaulting vehicles.
For various reasons, papers of 444 vehicles were confiscated. More than Rs. 840,000 in taxes was collected from these vehicles.
Road checking campaign is underway at 37 places in Karachi. The road checking campaign will continue till November 26 in Karachi.
In a statement, Mukesh Kumar Chawla, Provincial Minister for Excise & Taxation, Narcotics Control Department & Parliamentary Affairs & Food, has asked the owners of tax defaulting vehicles to pay their taxes as soon as possible to avoid any untoward situation.
He said that those who had not deposited motor vehicle taxes, or drove on open letter should immediately contact their respective excise and taxation offices and deposit their taxes and transfer the vehicles in their names.