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Indians at QICT, Maersk attempt biological war on Pakistan from the sea port?

KARACHI: India’s dangerous game started in Pakistan with discreet control of the DP World / Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) and Maersk Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd. Indian officials appointed at key posts in these companies are playing havoc with lives of innocent Pakistanis through spread of toxic gas and Coronavirus in the country by the sea port, but Pak Army and ... Read More »

Indians at QICT, Maersk launch biological war on Pakistan from the sea port?

KARACHI: India’s dangerous game started in Pakistan with discreet control of the DP World / Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) and Maersk Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd. Indian officials appointed at key posts in these companies are playing havoc with lives of innocent Pakistanis through spread of toxic gas and Coronavirus in the country by the sea port, but Pak Army and ... Read More »

QICT, Maersk conspire to spread Coronavirus from the sea port in Pakistan?

KARACHI: DP World / M/s Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) Pvt Ltd and M/s Maersk Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd are allegedly conspiring to spread Coronavirus from the sea port in Pakistan because they have not yet implemented the health advisory issued by Directorate of Health Establishment, Islamabad after spread of coronavirus from China to other countries through sea ports. As per ... Read More »

Govt should take strict action against QICT, Maersk for bleeding businessmen: Khawaja Jalaluddin Roomi

MULTAN: Government should take strict action against DP World / Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) and Maersk Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd for spoiling business environment through blackmailing for collection of additional demurrage and detention charges for the clearance of shipments from genuine importers. He said that collection of exorbitant demurrage and detention charges by the shipping companies on clearance of import ... Read More »

‘Govt should take action against Maersk, QICT for hiring Indians at key positions, looting importers’

MULTAN: Government should take strict action against M/s Maersk Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd and DP World / Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) and also probe the role of Habibullah Khan for looting worth Rs 610 billion from importers through collection of unlawful demurrage and detention charges. Now these companies Indian officials may also spread Coronavirus throughout Pakistan while entering from DP ... Read More »

Pakistan prepared to counter Coronavirus attack threat from Indian controlled QICT, Maersk

KARACHI: Pakistani Government, Pak Army and Customs Authorities deployed at Karachi ports are fully prepared to counter Coronavirus attack threat from Indian controlled DP World / Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) and Maersk Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd. Illegal appointment of Indians at Pakistan’s strategic sea port DP World / Qasim International Containers Terminal (QICT) without the Ministry of Interior’s (MOI) clearance ... Read More »

QICT, Maersk arm twist Customs Today to hush up alleged 100s of billions worth of mega scandals

KARACHI: DP World / Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) and Maersk Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd are pressurising Customs Today to stop coverage of alleged 100s of billions worth of mega scandals. According to details, DP World / QICT and Maersk Pakistan are using pressure tactics by submitting various fake applications at multiple forums against Customs Today. They are also sending different ... Read More »

FIR lodged against management of QICT terminal, where is Junaid Zameer?

KARACHI: Collector MCC Port Qasim Mumtaz Ali Khoso lodged an FIR against management of Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) and others involved in an organized illegal removal of the auction cargo from port area by presenting fake and forged documents. According to details, Collector Mumtaz Khoso who was acitvely following such cases of illegal import, clearance and removal of restricted ... Read More »

Govt should stop Maersk, QICT from taking extra demurrage, detention charges: Advocate Farhan

FAISALABAD: Government of Pakistan should stop M/s Maersk Pakistan Pvt Ltd and Qasim International Containers Terminal (QICT) from taking extra demurrage and detention charges to clear legally imported consignments. Advocate Muhammad Farhan associated with District Court Faisalabad told Customs Today in an interview that Maersk Pakistan and QICT violated SRO 1220 and Section 14A of Customs Act 1969 by taking ... Read More »

Maersk, QICT charging unreasonable detention, demurrage charges: Zeeshan Khalil

LAHORE: Unreasonable detention and demurrage charges by shipping company M/s Maersk Pakistan Pvt Ltd and terminal operator Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) for clearance of genuine shipments are creating hurdles for importers so the government should take stock of the situation. This was stated by Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry former vice president Zeshan Khalil while talking to Customs ... Read More »

Govt should stop Maersk, QICT from taking extra demurrage, detention charges :Advocate Mian Imran

FAISALABAD: Government should stop M/s Maersk Pakistan Pvt Ltd and Qasim International Containers Terminal from taking extra demurrage and detention charges to clear legally imported consignments. Advocate Main Muhammad Imran associated with District Court Faisalabad told Customs Today in an interview that Maersk Pakistan and QICT violated SRO 1220 and section 14A of Customs Act 1969 by taking extra demurrage ... Read More »

SRB keeps ‘criminal silence’ over huge ST evasion by QICT, Maersk: Advocate Abdul Basit

PESHAWAR: Sindh Revenue Board’s criminal silence over sale tax evasion by M/s Maersk Pakistan Private Limited inflicted at least Rs 20170 billion loss on the national exchequer. Sale tax evasion by M/s Maersk shipping line in connivance with Qasim International Containers Terminal (QICT) operator and some officials of Sindh Revenue Board caused serious loss to the national exchequer. Advocate at Peshawar ... Read More »

NAB, FIA must take action against Maersk, QICT to recover billions of rupees ST: Advocate Ijaz Ahmed

FAISALABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) must take action against M/s Maersk Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd and Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) for recovering alleged billions of rupees evaded in wake of sales taxes to protect the national economy. It was stated by Faisalabad Tax Bar Association Member Choudhary Ijaz Ahmed advocate while talking to Customs Today ... Read More »

Syed Hassan Nasir Shah assumes charge of PQA Chairman after Asad Chandna’s removal

KARACHI: Rear Admiral (R) Syed Hassan Nasir Shah has assumed the charge as Chairman Port Qasim Authority (PQA), replacing Asad Chandna as its chairman, who had allegedly allowed the Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) to hire Indians at key posts. Customs Today exclusively reported on the issue and exposed major irregularities committed by the QICT high-ups in connivance with the ... Read More »

Govt must take action against QICT, Maersk for looting importers: Senator Bahramand Khan

PESHAWAR : The Pakistan Tehrek Insaf led federal government must do justice with importers by taking action against financial crimes committed by Qasim International Port Terminal (QICT) and Maersk Pakistan without further delay. The QICT and shipping lines for years kept on taking extra demurrage and detention charges even after issuance of delay certificate by authorities. This was said by Senator Bahramand ... Read More »

QICT, Maersk evading billions of rupees sales tax with SRB connivance?

KARACHI: Top officials of Sindh Revenue Board (SRB), Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) and M/s Maersk Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd are allegedly involved in country’s biggest ports and shipping scandal worth billions. SRB’s active connivance with QICT and Maersk is suspected as it is not taking any action against these companies for evading billions of rupees sales tax. Sources said QICT ... Read More »

‘Govt must take action against PQA’s Asad Chandna & QICT’s Junaid Zamir for collecting exorbitant charges’

MULTAN: Illegal Clearance of contraband items and collection of exorbitant demurrage and detention charges from importers with the active connivance of corrupt officials like Port Qasim Authority’s chairman Asad Rafi Chandna and QICT CEO Junaid Zamir is a big question mark on the integrity of maritime affairs ministry. Federal Government must take stern action against these officials to protect the ... Read More »

PQA, SECP keep mum over dangerous developments at QICT

KARACHI: The Qasim International Containers Terminal (QICT) has violated the agreement with Port Qasim Authority (PQA) by appointing Indian officials at key posts through a foreign holding company without the approval of the Ministry of Interior (MoI). Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) and PQA chairman Asad Rafi Chandna also failed to take any action against QICT senior officials ... Read More »

Collection of illegal demurrage & detention charges by Maersk, QICT disturbs importers: Attaur Rehman

MULTAN: Business community is compelled to pay illegal demurrage and detention charges due to blackmailing of shipping companies including M/s Maersk Pakistan and terminal operator Qasim International Container Terminal (QICT) for clearance of genuine shipments. Collection of unreasonable demurrage and detention charges by shipping companies creates serious issues for importers. It was stated by renowned importer and businessman of South ... Read More »

QICT, Maersk show criminal intent by taking illegal demurrage & detention charges: Faiz Mohammed

PESHAWAR: The Federal Government should force provincial government of Sindh and law enforcement agencies to stop extra demurrage and detention charges taken by M/s Maersk Pakistan shipping line and QICT officials even after clearance of legally imported consignments by Customs. Importers have approached FIA and NAB against the corruption by these entities causing loss of billions to the national exchequer. ... Read More »