202025 Nov
NA body directs Railways, FBR to resolve Chaman port issue
General News

ISLAMABAD: In a move to resolve the disagreement over the establishment of an import and export yard at Chaman Dry Port between the Ministry of Railways and the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), the National Assembly Standing Committee on Railways on Tuesday asked all the stakeholders to mutually agree on the implementation of the project within two weeks and report to it. The tax body proposed that the FBR, NLC and the Railways should work together after deciding the mode of implementation of the project and explore funding options from the donors. The committee meeting, chaired by MNA Muhammad Moeen Wattoo, unanimously decided that FBR may convene the meetings within seven days with the input from the ministries of railways, commerce and interior besides NLC and draft mutually accepted decisions and report to the committee for implementing the project within two weeks. Administrator Municipal Corporation Chaman was directed to coordinate with the Railways under the decision of the court and resolve the dispute mutually at the earliest. The committee also directed the Railways Division Quetta to bring all shopkeepers at Harnai station under the tax net within one month.

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