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KARACHI: The Collectorate of Customs Enforcement (CCE), Karachi has recovered a highly expensive vehicle ‘Bentley Mulsanne,’ which was stolen from London, United Kingdom.

This unprecedented incident where a stolen vehicle from London recovered in Karachi on the information given by the UK intelligence agency has raised serious questions on the performance of the country’s different agencies.

According to the document, the British intelligence agency sent credible information to the CCE, Karachi that a grey Bentley Mulsanne, V8 Automatic, VIN number SCBBA63Y7FC001375, engine number CKB304693, which was stolen from London, is parked in DHA, Karachi.

In response, the team of CCE has mounted strict surveillance at the aforesaid location in order to verify the veracity of the information. During a physical search, the department recovered the vehicle which was found parked inside the car porch of the house.

The light grey coloured cloth was removed and the grey Bentley Mulsanne was found having Pakistani registration No Plate BRS-279(2020 Sindh) at the back side of the vehicle, whereas a white coloured handmade number plate bearing BRS-279 was found on the front side of the vehicle.

However, the chassis number of the vehicle was matched with the given details of the stolen vehicle. Consequently, the department has taken the owner and the vehicle into custody for further investigation.

During the initial course of the inquiry, the owner of the vehicle disclosed that the vehicle was sold to him by another person, who took all the responsibilities to clear all required documentation from the concerned authorities. On his information, the department has also arrested the said person, who introduced himself as a broker and disclosed the name of the main culprit, who is still an absconder.

Sources in the customs department told that the registration of such an expensive vehicle required sale permission from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, NOC from Pakistan Customs, and the receipt of the payment of duty and taxes.

Astonishingly, the Sindh Excise and Taxation department registered this stolen vehicle without completing all legal formalities, indicating the involvement of Sindh Excise officers in these illicit activities. The case has been registered and further investigation is in progress to take the responsible persons behind the bar.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2022

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Adeel Sep 03, 2022 01:21pm
Howcome the questions been raised on Pakistani agencies? Car stolen in londen where was the london police, crossed borders of 7 countries where was the customs immigration and intelligence agencies of all borders.. and who they arrested? The final buyer who checked the documents that nobody denied... and fingers been raised on Pakistan.... May Allah bless Pakistan
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Raja Sajid Manzoor Sep 03, 2022 01:25pm
Commendable work by CCE Karachi team for recovering the vehicle. People should avoid getting trapped by brokers who promise to clear all papers or offering heavy discounts on such luxurious items. Gaps in Vehicle Registration System also need to be fixed. I'm surprised on the poor surveillance and border control systems in UK. They were unable to stop vehicle from smuggling out of their borders. Hope that similar cooperation between both countries will be extended in cases of criminals of either country.
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Wasif Sadi Sep 03, 2022 02:14pm
Good job CCE. I hope soon the culprits will be arrested. But the excise officer and other government officials should be arrested immediately.
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Sayyam Hussain Sep 03, 2022 02:20pm
When excise & Registration (Sindh) is a contract system, The customs, preventive, & other Departments are in one gang, they are Mafias, without bribing not a 660 cc car could be registered , Even if you goes for verification, they verified the documents for some time, verbally not documented.The Sindh is at contract base even if you go Revenue Service , the private, unofficial, and undocumented gangsters are sitting at official seats , when I asked for official ID, nobody had of Landhi branch, can proof , they accepted, what I wrote. Can verified. The American writer wrote regarding for these people , that for dollars, they can sell their mother....
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Khurram jamil Sep 03, 2022 02:26pm
Bravo CCE
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Khurram jamil Sep 03, 2022 02:27pm
Bravo CCE for a good job done
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Khurram jamil Sep 03, 2022 02:28pm
Good job done
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Abid Mahmood Sep 03, 2022 02:36pm
Need to know who is the person and his ware about and his business and is he a member of Pakistan Government minister or senate member
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Khan Sep 03, 2022 02:37pm
Possessor in Karachi must be Sindhi and party worker of PPP.
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Sufi Sep 03, 2022 02:52pm
@Khan, very likely
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Sufi Sep 03, 2022 02:52pm
Very likely
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Raheel Ahmed Sep 03, 2022 02:52pm
It is registered in the name of some foreign diplomat
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Shoaib Sep 03, 2022 03:02pm
CCE is getting applause simply because UK agencies were behind. What about hundreds of autos being stolen and snatched daily that end up being sold in pieces in different parts of Pak and Afg. No appreciation from me! Their efforts should be the same for all.
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Farhat hafeez Sep 03, 2022 03:29pm
What is the boder control system in uk??..A person is smuggling the car....they must know the date and time and name of the person
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SMirza Sep 03, 2022 03:34pm
No guesses that this case will lead up to the involvement of the rulers, note I have used the word rulers not Government of Sindh. Without their nod, such a blatant and shameful crime could in no way be executed. These people are prostituting our nation, Shameless. shameless. All for something which they will leave behind and only take their misdeeds to the grave. Wonder if they ever think of life like that. Death is never too far away...life speeds by before you notice it is too late and no time for repentance or restitution.. they higher they are, the harder they will fall
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Ahmad javed Sep 03, 2022 03:36pm
Tell the name of the thief or he is too powerful and you are scared.
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Manoj Sep 03, 2022 03:52pm
May not be one case . On further investigation may find several other cases . Everyone is already aware that these govt departments are also major contributor in corruption. Well nothing will happen as usual.
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Bilal Hamid Sep 03, 2022 03:52pm
Afsos ka muqaam hay chor iss had tk defence karachi mai residence ikhtiyaar kiay hoay hain
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Muzaffar Sep 03, 2022 03:52pm
It's really shame for us as a nation. it shows that how corrupt we are from top to bottom and we can sell any thing means any thing for money........
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Hussain Sep 03, 2022 03:57pm
Now let's try the other way around, shall we? Isn't England a safe haven for all Pakistan's looted wealth and also offers residency to thieves and terrorists from Pakistan. Just because they can use them to control Pakistan
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Chaudhry Shahid Nazir Sep 03, 2022 04:04pm
Officials stop behaving like servants to Queen and show loyalty to Pakistan. It’s for UK to find out how it was exported from UK. Once punished in UK to UK people they can request for action against others in Pakistan through Govt of Pakistan.
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Kamran Hashim Sep 03, 2022 04:12pm
Long live Saaien Sarkaar , Long live PPP Government Jiay Bhutto
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Mukhtar Sep 03, 2022 04:28pm
@Adeel, very valid questions . UK should arrest the people at their own end and plug the leak
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Hamid Sep 03, 2022 04:39pm
UK system of border controls is definitely not a solid one. They are more to blame go such matters. As for the vehicle registration and verification system in Pakistan the views given by all are simply the bitter truths. Furthers revelation of facts about the ownership may also be highly surprising.
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Ayub patel Sep 03, 2022 04:49pm
There found 2 cars with same registration number it means the car found from the house of person know about this. Stolen car. I think there is not in value any employ of registration deptt.
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shafiq khan Sep 03, 2022 04:52pm
Ambassador of Bulgaria to Pakistan
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Ghyour Sep 03, 2022 05:09pm
British Government can get their Car back By returning us Nawaz Sharif , his whole Family including his Finance Minister . Obviously their properties should also be confiscated and given to Pakistan. It is not an economical deal …. They Should do it as a good will gesture . Queen Zindabad
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Saeed Ur Rehman Sep 03, 2022 05:11pm
This is just a tip of iceberg. The Sindh government can do anything be that legal or illegal.
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A.Khan Sep 03, 2022 05:14pm
@Raja Sajid Manzoor, What did they do which is commendable. They could not avoid the information provided and had to act upon. Otherwise, masters could have taken action
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Tariq Ghias Sep 03, 2022 05:16pm
Taking vehicle from UK to Pakistan is not difficult. This business is going on for years with the involvement of shipping companies you can take any car to Pakistan. The procedure is that the vehicle first exported to Dubai than it exported to Afghanistan. From Afghanistan to Pakistan is no problem for afghanis to bring the car anywhere in Pakistan and in Pakistan no problem to register with the help of custom and excise bride taking officers and politician. During Russian invasion in Afghanistan Russian tanks and other ammonation were smuggled to Karachi for the Americans to know Russian technology.
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Nasir Zuberi Sep 03, 2022 05:16pm
Wow, this is sad to learn about this
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Nasir Zuberi Sep 03, 2022 05:17pm
Who are the people arrested in Karachi? Name the purchaser, agent and the guaranteer. Why they are being protected?
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Shanza Ali Rathore Sep 03, 2022 05:19pm
So serious crime. How this car was transported from UK to Pakistan
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Muhammad Bin Saleem Sep 03, 2022 05:26pm
https://dnanews.com.pk/bulgarian-ambassador-aleksandar-recalled-corruption-charges/ This car was already confiscated at the time of his article in 2020. That it is still in use is proof of connivance of local authorities. Shameful !
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Noorul haq Sep 03, 2022 05:27pm
@Adeel, right sir question Mark on London authorities
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Syed Abdul Wahid Sohail Sep 03, 2022 05:38pm
Sir, this is almost the same case, as the very expensive car of the (late) President of Islamic Republic of Iraq, Muhammad Saddam Hussain Alvi, was found in New York City, U.S.A, from the House of former US Sargent, so there is nothing new in this news I suppose, except the Country
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M. Saleem Sep 03, 2022 05:48pm
The origin of crime is UK, that's where the car was stolen & shipped from, puts huge question marks on the Law & Order situation in UK as well as the Vigilance, Diligence of UK Customs & Port Authority.
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A Pakistani Sep 03, 2022 05:50pm
A really shameful incident again caused by Bhutto dynasty, owner may also be Bhutto follower but British agencies are equally or more involved in it, Bhutto dynasty isn’t only the one to blame. England’s kings and queens stolen our wealth for centuries and now Bhutto dynasty is taking revenge (I guess)
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M. Saleem Sep 03, 2022 05:51pm
UK Police, UK Customs & Port Authorities need to bring their house in order.
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Reyyan Khan Sep 03, 2022 05:57pm
@Raja Sajid Manzoor, well said
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Reyyan Khan Sep 03, 2022 06:01pm
@Hussain, well said....
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Faizan jiwani Sep 03, 2022 06:17pm
Nice job اَلْحَمْدُلِلّٰه
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Faizan jiwani Sep 03, 2022 06:18pm
Good job اَلْحَمْدُلِلّٰه
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Musheer Sep 03, 2022 06:19pm
In retaliation why didn't CCE raised their concerns about the Pakistanis' stolen money, million folds of the car value, parked in UK and authorities their are calm and comfortable.
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Saleem Ahmed Sep 03, 2022 06:33pm
@M. Saleem , see the beauty of our journalisim three ppl involvement is confirmed but no name published. Everyone knows they are not common persons
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Amir malik Sep 03, 2022 06:34pm
Govt failure policies I can tell u thousands of fake no. Vehicles wondering prestigiously
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Tahir Sep 03, 2022 06:39pm
Against teaching of Islam. Punish him. Government agency to be taken on task.
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Jaws Sep 03, 2022 06:44pm
@Adeel, instead of questioning others whose quality of life is way better than us.. hamain apnay girabanon me jhanknay ki zaroorat hai.. this attitude of blaming others has made pakistan a laughing stock in the international community
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Khan Sep 03, 2022 06:48pm
Bravo Pakistan customs Will UK be doing the same and hand over our looted and laundered money to Pakistan.
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ALI ANWAR Sep 03, 2022 06:50pm
@Adeel, Absolutely right ✅️
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ALI ANWAR Sep 03, 2022 06:51pm
@Adeel, Absolutely, ✅️ right
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Syed Mazhar Ali Sep 03, 2022 06:52pm
Absolutely a criminals system in our city/country!
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Muslim Sep 03, 2022 06:53pm
All people in Sindh dept are thieves. That's all . They only give jobs to their kind = thrives . They all are criminals .
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Zahid Hussain Qadri Sep 03, 2022 06:53pm
I think this car was imported in September 2020 by Bulgarian ambassador Aleksandra Borisov Parashkevov misusing the Diplomatic privilege after accepting USD 40000/- graft money from a Pakistani, Ambassador arrange all required documents under Diplomatic privilege and get it cleared from Customs and it was registered in his name by Sindh Exsice dept....
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Hina Afzaal Sep 03, 2022 06:54pm
The 8nvestigation should be started from UK as such an expensive car may not be imported without the help of UK person.
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Aijaz Sep 03, 2022 07:08pm
@Adeel, Good Point
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Ashhad Sep 03, 2022 07:10pm
Good to know that the concerned authorities took an action to recover the car. It would be interesting to know, which route was taken to smuggle the car into Pakistan and the involvement of the international ring of culprits. Also, the officials who were allegedly involved in the car's registration here (without complete paperwork) should be taken to task.
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TANVEER Sep 03, 2022 07:22pm
What happened in Pakistan is not surprising at all , every one knows that who is ruling and how is ruling. But UK part of the crime is eye opener for me and many like me .
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Abdul Razzaq Raja Sep 03, 2022 07:25pm
It's very shameful act , the facilitators and thieves must be given exampeleary punishment , it has brought name for the people and government of Pakistan.
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Abdullah Sep 03, 2022 07:38pm
@Shoaib, what were the UK agencies doing when the car was stolen in UK and crossed its borders. Then it moved from one continent to the other. This was not a bag of drugs that it got out easily. It is a whole car
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Irfan Huq Sep 03, 2022 07:45pm
@Zahid Hussain Qadri, A Pakistani in UK
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Ahsan Bin Hamid Sep 03, 2022 07:51pm
In my opinion, primarily it was London Police and Border authority negligence. At the time of export, the exporter must have shown some documents, based on which, the export had taken place. Now that was London Authorities responsibility to check the authenticity of the declared papers. I don't think the responsibility lies on the importing party.
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Najeeb Sep 03, 2022 08:05pm
@Khan, I’m sorry, this is racism. Don’t care about PPP. Better not to blame any one, unless sure. Main culprit, who ever registered. Buyer will loose all money & likely to be prosecuted, what about, if he/she has been provided with verified documents.
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RNQ Sep 03, 2022 08:07pm
Astonishingly, the Sindh Excise and Taxation department registered this stolen vehicle without completing all legal formalities, indicating the involvement of Sindh Excise officers in these illicit activities. The case has been registered and further investigation is in progress to take the responsible persons behind the bar. Copyright Business Recorder, 2022
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CONCERNED Sep 03, 2022 08:16pm
Nothing will come out of this case, as the person having this stolen car is very very influential in Present federal n sindh govts, an the custom officers who conducted this raid will soon be suspended or kicked out from service yeah imported hakumat ka karishma hai lol
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Niaz alam Sep 03, 2022 08:17pm
@Ahmad javed, His name is Asif Ali Zardari. The guy is the BIGGEST thief Pakistan has ever produced. In the early 80’s a black rolls Royce sepia was seen in DHA karachi streets. Being driven by Zardari.
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Iftikhar Sep 03, 2022 08:18pm
Stollen from London and shipped to Pakistan clearly shows this how deep the corruption is part of the govt institutions on both sides ...the car should be gifted to the person who did all this ..salute to his intellect
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Khanm Sep 03, 2022 08:41pm
How the time changes ..right or wrong is not the issues ..there was a time when British stole almost everything from indo pak and now we steal from British. .
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Asif Qureshi Sep 03, 2022 08:51pm
@Adeel, bcos all the culprits are in Pakistan. Crimes happen all over the world. But Pakistan is no 1. Admit it .
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Shahina Sep 03, 2022 09:23pm
Ridiculous
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Sajjad Haider Sep 03, 2022 09:26pm
Well to me this is just a tip of the iceberg. how many gadgets specially mobiles and laptops end up in Pakistani markets which are stolen from some other country but just because this time it was quite an extra ordinary expensive vehicle so it became a news... otherwise i believe it is not possible without a very powerful mafia across all borders, Pakistan is just the beginning. If investigated properly, they will find these mafias is UK and other countries also. After all please don't forget, all the corrupts finally find UK there heaven. All the black money is found in UK along with the corrupt leaders... this is the true money making business of UK... the mother of corruptions
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NK Sep 03, 2022 09:31pm
Does Pakistan have any intelligence ? lol. Where were they, when politician and Pakistani army generals robbing and looting millions of dollar from the country and transfering to other countries.
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NK Sep 03, 2022 09:34pm
Really strange to know Pakistan has intelligence! Lol . Where was the intelligence when politician and army generals looting the country and building there empire abroad . Pakistani intelligence must be selective.
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Sameer Sep 03, 2022 09:36pm
Again the main culprits names hidden.. no idea why ? being a simple layman we can assume it , as some kind of money making magic
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ملک امان Sep 03, 2022 10:05pm
Congratulation to the Cllectorate of Custom Enforcement Karachi. This an excellent successful raid. I have learnt in news that some other vehicles have also been recovered being non duty paid. Good aceivement.
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Syed Amanatullah Sep 03, 2022 10:11pm
@Adeel, this shame for Pakistan. You know in Customs lots of Sindhi recruited who can don anything for few bucks similarly Excise department is fully Sindhi where nothing is impossible if anyone can meet their greed. This community mostly less literate recruited on recommendation of Waders they can sell country if given handful money
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Abba ji Sep 03, 2022 10:12pm
Questions should first be raised on the performance of British agencies as to how the vehicle left England.
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Syed Amanatullah Sep 03, 2022 10:14pm
@Sayyam Hussain, in any place either Court or other government offices, if there is Sindhi sitting and work is odd, you just pay little alms they can do anything you can get what you want
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Syed Amanatullah Sep 03, 2022 10:21pm
@Kamran Hashim , کوئ بھی غیر قانونی کام کروانا ہو تو اس محکمہ میں کسی سندھی کو تلاش کرلیں چاہے عدالت ہو کے ڈی اے یا ٹیکس کا محکمہ پولیس وغیرہ ۔۔۔سندھی آنکھ بند کر کے وہ کام کردے گا جس کا تصور کسی دوسرے صوبے میں ممکن نہیں ہر محکمے میں سفارش یا رشوت سے سندھی بھرتی ہی اس لئے ہوتے ہیں کہ خوب رشوت بٹوریں حرام کھانے والی یہ تیسری نسل کے سندھی ہیں اس وجہ سے ان کی حالت ہر کوئ دیکھ سکتا ہے
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Hassan Sep 03, 2022 10:23pm
For all those trying to pass the blame on the UK border force, it shows how little you think. The UK border forces, under the direction of intelligence agencies deliberately didn't stop the car at the border, they wanted to see the whole criminal network stretching from London to Karachi, why catch the low people when you can leave it and see the whole chain at the top? That's the difference between showbazi policing and real policing.
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Ashraf Agha Sep 03, 2022 10:37pm
Stolen and sold cars to overseas buyers is an old and organised business in the UK and Japan . The buyers, the local sellers and some extent the Insurance Agents are involved. All stolen Cars will hv one set of keys, because the other set has to be surrendered with the Insurance Claim.
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M Rashid Sep 03, 2022 10:38pm
It’s not possible to smuggle & registered very expensive car without the involvement of higher authorities, They should have revealed the name of broker and ETO involved, I wish if the Pakistani government could request the same from UK about all theft money have been invested and hided in UK territory,
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Imran Khan Sep 03, 2022 10:50pm
@Kamran Hashim , PTI zindabad
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Mir Farhad Sep 03, 2022 10:58pm
That car was imported by Bulgarian Ambassador in 2019. https://dnanews.com.pk/bulgarian-ambassador-aleksandar-recalled-corruption-charges/
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Ishaq Sep 03, 2022 11:03pm
@shafiq khan, Ambassadors don't live in Karachi as all Embassies are in Islamabad by law
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Ishaq Sep 03, 2022 11:06pm
It proves that UK border control, Customs and police are also involved and hands in glove in this fraudulent activity. UK government should clean their own mess as well and, return our thieves and culprits who ran away with millions of dollars of public funds
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Faizan Sep 03, 2022 11:06pm
Congratulations to the CCE dept. This is just one car, I'm sure there must be alot of tithers cars as well which are on roads with illegal documents. Until and unless the whole department chain of importing cars are not throughly checked this will go on. CCE cannot go through this all the time...the documents and the car should be checked along with an the necessary documents and procedures.
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Ssa Sep 03, 2022 11:08pm
Simple issue. Someone refused to pay someone. Hence the dispute resulted in information leak and confiscation of the car.
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Syed Israr Ali Sep 03, 2022 11:18pm
Who the culprits are with names so far taken into custody and from whom the luxurious stolen vehicle is recovered. People should know them as besides being in possession of theft article have done a wonderful job as thief!
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Qaiser Sep 03, 2022 11:19pm
This is just the tip of the iceberg....wellcome to the Kingdom of Zardar where everything can be bought and sold.
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Adnan Siddiqui Sep 03, 2022 11:20pm
@Hussain, East India Company is still working good, loot and plunder. The scheme is changed but activities are same.
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Mehdi Shah Sep 03, 2022 11:40pm
This is not a surprise about our agencies, when more than 5 an Indian Airplanes can be landed at Karachi Airport, when the Indian Prime Minister Mr. Modi can landed with more than 200 Indians without Visa. No Agency can take legal action. Because, most of them are not the Loyal with Pakistan.
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khan Sep 03, 2022 11:59pm
yes agreed...... excise department is corrupt and belong to like a mafia. only one area people's are avail job in that department. hahahaha
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Anis Motiwala Sep 04, 2022 12:11am
Names should have been disclosed.
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Zarzan khan Sep 04, 2022 12:13am
Astonishingly, the Sindh Excise and Taxation department registered this stolen vehicle without completing all legal formalities, indicating the involvement of Sindh Excise officers in these illicit activities. The case has been registered and further investigation is in progress to take the responsible persons behind the bar. Zardari mafia, curse on the nation.
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Zarzan khan Sep 04, 2022 12:19am
Astonishingly, the Sindh Excise and Taxation department registered this stolen vehicle without completing all legal formalities, indicating the involvement of Sindh Excise officers in these illicit activities. The case has been registered and further investigation is in progress to take the responsible persons behind the bar. Must be for zardari as he always works through front men like Malik Riaz, Anwer Majid, Mandviwalla and channels billions of dollors via bank account of pakorey walla, samosey walla, theyley walla. Arrest him.
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Munir Jarral Sep 04, 2022 12:24am
It’s nothing to do with the efficiency of the intelligence agencies of the UK but it’s very simple to locate an expensive car as each one is fitted with a tracking device( different parts of each car). A friend of mine’s brand new Mercedes was stolen and driven to Cyprus overnight was located at the exact location ( as car manufacturers know where they fitted the device in each car)and recovered by the police.
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Zia Sep 04, 2022 01:07am
How UK dare to raise the efficiency of Pakistan agencies. First of all UK should clarify how the car crossed the border of UK. What are the role of UK's customs, police, border control force. Car stolen in londen where was the london police, crossed borders of 7 countries where was the customs immigration and intelligence agencies of all borders.. and who they arrested? When the car was stolen, what action was taken by local police for retrieval, have they informed cross border force, what cross border checked. Latest equiped, technology, briallant minds if UK could not control crime in their limits now criticizing other country's agencies. Shame and pity UK.
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Zia Sep 04, 2022 01:09am
Howcome the questions been raised on Pakistani agencies? Car stolen in londen where was the london police, crossed borders of 7 countries where was the customs immigration and intelligence agencies of all borders.. and who they arrested?
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Zia Sep 04, 2022 01:11am
It proves that UK border control, Customs and police are also involved and hands in glove in this fraudulent activity. UK government should clean their own mess as well and, return our thieves and culprits who ran away with millions of dollars of public funds
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Zia Sep 04, 2022 01:11am
It proves that UK border control, Customs and police are also involved and hands in glove in this fraudulent activity. UK government should clean their own mess as well and, return our thieves and culprits who ran away with millions of dollars of public funds
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Zarak khan khattak Sep 04, 2022 01:24am
Yes that's the Questions ❓ how come here where is America custom officers... That's not a fault our officers legally. first ask From American custom officers..
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Faiz Khan Sep 04, 2022 01:32am
He should be thankful to our police party that save his million dollar car from shershah kabard market.
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aboa Sep 04, 2022 01:35am
The important question is how did the car get out of London Where is the security of London?
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aboa Sep 04, 2022 01:35am
The important question is how did the car get out of London Where is the security of London?
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Abrar Ahmed Sep 04, 2022 02:35am
کیا بزنس ریکارڈر اس پراپرٹی اونر کا نام ڈسکلوز کرسکتا ہے جہاں سے یہ کار برامد ہوئ،،یا اس کا حالیہ مالک کا،،،اس کے بغیر یہ خبر بہ معنی ہے،،خدارا صحافت کریں مگر ایمانداری سے،،،
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Anony Sep 04, 2022 03:19am
Zardari or one of his party members for involved as customs operates under him as well as all the ports. Car can not enter without proper paperwork.
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Anony Sep 04, 2022 03:21am
Now time to give Pakistan’s stolen Monroe’s stolen by Shareef family, Benazir and Zardari family. Can the Brits do that?
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Pervez Sep 04, 2022 03:30am
How many decades will it take to finalize the case and announce the names of ALL the Person's and Departments involved in the crime and their punishments ???
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Shams Qureshi Sep 04, 2022 03:38am
This can happened with the help of a noble politician n establishment these days. This is routine activity.
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Dr. Aamir Khan Sep 04, 2022 06:11am
It isn't a surprised moment nor happened for the first time, even Osama was residing in Abbotabad but we were ignorant.
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Dr. Aamir Khan Sep 04, 2022 06:14am
@Raja Sajid Manzoor, yes for being unaware from their own area of jurisdiction and for recovering the vehicle on information provided by agency of UK
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Ali Sep 04, 2022 06:25am
@Raja Sajid Manzoor, why CCE is commendable they worked on tip from UK?True Question is How a stolen car was smuggled from UK fool proof system.
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Ali Sep 04, 2022 06:30am
@Bilal Hamid, if buyer was an ordinary guy by now his whole family would have been known and arrested. Long live Pakistan
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Zahra Hamid Sep 04, 2022 06:52am
Shame on this person who has stolen the car and had given a extremely a bad experssion for my country
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Shah Sep 04, 2022 06:57am
Very surprising , they can trace car parked at karachi , but can't check at borders of several countries ?
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Anis Musavi Sep 04, 2022 07:44am
I wonder who doesn’t know the biggest, most attractive & thriving market for stolen cars out side the borders of Europe & M.E. Be it be cars snatched by criminals on gun points from within the country or stolen from Afghanistan everyone makes a hey in day light in our country. It is because the cost of doing this illicit business is negligible compared to profit and gains it generates. Then it is secure as well for the criminals as they find acquiescing authorities always ready to cooperate. It’s why Govt had to announce amnesty for registration of stolen cars few years back. I will not blame any institution but absence of Rule of law, poor governance and the last & the most vital of all is the lingering issue I call it “ leadership crisis “ prevailing over many decades.
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Dudu Sep 04, 2022 08:21am
@Zarak khan khattak, London is not in America
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Syed Farhat Ali Sep 04, 2022 09:19am
@Wasif Sadi, This wasn't job done by Pakistan Custom Enforcement Cell. It was reported to Pakistan Custom by UK Authorities. Pakistan Custom Must be interrogated / investigated how come it was cleared by Custom authorities from Karachi Port. Furthermore, how many such vehicles have been cleared by Pakistan Custom Authorities in the past and how long this game was being played. Definitely only custom is not involved. There must be other Government agencies too. Such as FIA, Karachi Dock/ Port area Police, Karachi Port Trust and Foreign Office etc.
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Syed Farhat Ali Sep 04, 2022 09:19am
This wasn't job done by Pakistan Custom Enforcement Cell. It was reported to Pakistan Custom by UK Authorities. Pakistan Custom Must be interrogated / investigated how come it was cleared by Custom authorities from Karachi Port. Furthermore, how many such vehicles have been cleared by Pakistan Custom Authorities in the past and how long this game was being played. Definitely only custom is not involved. There must be other Government agencies too. Such as FIA, Karachi Dock/ Port area Police, Karachi Port Trust and Foreign Office etc.
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ArmMr Sep 04, 2022 09:28am
Don't try to end the matter by pointing the finger at others. This method is used only in Pakistan.dont worry about london police.what about how it,s enter in pakistan and by customs.
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Jan Ali Sep 04, 2022 10:07am
My hunch is that in UK, it originally belonged to the same pakistani leader who reported it stolen and probably claimed insurance too
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Ahsan Rauf Sep 04, 2022 10:58am
you journalist don't name the persons in this deal but had it 1000 rs theft you would have named accused name and his family
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Khan Sep 04, 2022 11:23am
Well anything can happen in our country as it is big mafia who are in the government and they have full control. Question Arise how did it left UK? In the past we used to hear about African countries. Now Pakistan is also recipient of such criminal activities.
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KASHIF ALI SOOMRO Sep 04, 2022 11:36am
The important question is that, how this stolen vehicle left the port without custom clearance? This proves the negligence of concerned department.
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Muhammad Ghazali Sep 04, 2022 12:05pm
Person keeping the stolen car is close friend of Asif Zardari who has looted the whole Pakistan and you never know this car would have gone to Zardari ultimately. No department in Sindh is working as per rules of law rather all are keep of Zardari and his cronies. Corruption in Sindh is unprecedented and as if there is no
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Raza Sep 04, 2022 12:06pm
@Khan, how can you say that it was a Sindhi? I am sure he would be a Khan like you! Never try to give your own judgement specially for a sovereignty, you will be pointed out! Ok, he can b a Party member of PPP or any party you can say but you can't point any sovereignty. Keep and clean your mind
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Waqas Sep 04, 2022 12:22pm
@Wasif Sadi, This is totally bullshit where were the Uk Police ?
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Agha Haider Sep 04, 2022 01:28pm
The people are aware of the corruption and malpractice of the government departments but this needs to be taken seriously as this is sheer embarrassment that has been caused to the country by corrupt, non professional and incompetent staff of the department concern. If a common man goes to excise people even for his genuine work he is given so much trouble and ultimately made to pay them for the job to be done and these people they get a stolen vehicle registered without any issue not only excise, customs,port authorities,police all should be ashamed and be punished to set an example I am sure nothing will happen the person who bought this will walk out of this nice and easy plus all the officials as well great country to live in and proud to be Pakistani
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Usman Iqbal Sep 04, 2022 01:32pm
London police did not know that how the car was stolen in London, but they have information that car parked in DHA Karachi.( Clapping) How the car cross Great Britian border and the border agencies of Britian was
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Tahir Malik Sep 04, 2022 03:06pm
BR before raising questions on Pakistani agencies (rightly so) should have also questioned UK border control authorities. Ghulam ibne Ghulam.
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M.abdullah_aamir Sep 04, 2022 03:11pm
@Adeel, you are right in first half but they are saying how was it registered and was not noticed when coming here
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Mumtaz Hussain Dar Sep 04, 2022 04:16pm
Incident is bad name to Pakistan. The real culprits and officials involved in registration shall be identified and punished as the law
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Mumtaz Hussain Dar Sep 04, 2022 04:22pm
incident is a bad name to Pakistan. The real culprits and the officials involved in illegal registeration shall be identified, punished and publicized in local and international media.
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RAK Sep 04, 2022 04:55pm
First thing is find out who is involved in UK to process the paperwork to transport that vehicle to Pakistan
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Afzal mian Sep 04, 2022 05:30pm
The London police and its agency were sleeping on cannabis when the car was leaving their country.
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Faximu Sep 04, 2022 06:35pm
@Jaws, sir, while we must carry out an introspection and take all criminals to task, we mustn't take foreign finger point while lying on ground. Need to stand up for ourselves
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Ihsan Ali Khan Sep 05, 2022 12:24am
How was it released from customs in the UK. People in UK are also involved in this fraud. Thank you
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Zack Sep 05, 2022 12:32am
Zardari must be involved.. Does anyone has the guts to question him!!!!
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Vanta Black Sep 05, 2022 01:38am
I am amazed by the work done...good job Pakistan Customs. But it also shows they only the mighty will get justice. There are numerous cars stolen and parked in remote areas which are later scavenged for parts. What about us local people? I hope this country also gives its due rights to its citizens.
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Amir malik Sep 05, 2022 06:05am
Khair ho
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Naeem Sep 05, 2022 08:25am
How it was imported and exported both stories are interested, but here in Pakistan it's not big deal.
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MalikSaabSays Sep 05, 2022 08:40am
How did the UK authorities allow the exit of a stolen vehicle?
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Moeen Khan Sep 05, 2022 10:59am
How interesting the system is. The Bentley car or it's real owner got Lucky and hopefully both will be reunited soon in UK however the money stolen from countries are unable to enjoy the same luxury of justice, wether it's from 3rs world to 1st world or Banking/Tax/Credit Card scams from 1st worlds and thieves ran back their 2nd/3rd world countries. Neither the stolen wealth from one country recovered back to the other nor the thieves returned or deported back to the countries they have stolen from.
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Vewar Sherani Sep 05, 2022 02:33pm
How the car reached Karachi. By road . by ship. By Air ?
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