MULTAN: Collectorate of Customs formed three- member special committee for redressal of grievances and settlement of disputes in the Collectorate.
Sources told Customs Today that the Collectorate has decided to purchase office stationery, different hardware, machinery and office furniture by opening tender through advertisement. Multan Customs will purchase different office items of worth Rs1.65 million for their requirements through different firms. Collector Ambreen Ahmad Tarar constituted a special committee to redress the grievances and settlement of disputes under rule 48 of Public Procurement Rules 2004.
Multan Customs issued tender for the purchase of different office items after approval of Federal Board of Revenue and invited different firms. The Customs Collectorate has asked participants parties of tender to submit their proposals with offered price for the purchase of different items in the conference room of Customs House.
The committee will supervise all the purchase process of the Collectorate Multan. If any complaint has been lodged, it should be redressed before awarding the tender for the purchase of necessary equipment.
The committee comprising Deputy Collector Saqib-ur-Rehman, Assistant Collector Dry Port Trust Muhammad Fahad Jamil and other members are Principal Appraiser Multan Dry Port Mehmood Ahmad Khan.