According to sources, the government is planning to introduce the amnesty scheme for smuggled vehicles in Pakistan in few days.
The amnesty scheme for smuggled vehicles in Pakistan is near. According to sources, PM Imran Khan disclosed the decision at a session of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa cabinet on Saturday.
Shakil Ahmed, the KP Revenue Minister, revealed that hundreds of thousands of non-customs paid smuggled vehicles were in use in Malakand Division and the former tribal districts, and recommended that the government should provide a one-time amnesty scheme for smuggled vehicles in Pakistan.
PM Imran Khan upon hearing the suggestion, informed participants that the government has decided to extend an amnesty scheme for non-customs paid vehicles in all merged tribal districts, Malakand Division and Balochistan, the officials said. It is noted that PPP government ran a month-long scheme in March 2013 which resulted in the registration of 34,000 non-customs paid vehicles all over Pakistan.