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Bentley’s Long Way to Karachi


Luxury sedan Bentley Mulsanne has been discovered in Karachi. on Saturday at Pakistan Customs under ‘mysterious’ circumstances after British law enforcement alerted authorities.

vehicle that seems to have blasted through all the radars previously reported stolen in London.

It was found parked in road of residence in chic DHA area of Karachi.

Customs has been informed of the vehiclepresence in in the city, after which an investigation was carried out on the spot to trace stolen luxury sedan.

After the investigation confirmed that stolen car was parked inside a residence in Karachi, officials raided location with by court order and confiscated the Bentley.

vehicle expenses more than $300,000 and is the biggest and most expensive do-it-yourself sedan

Presence of luxury car in Karachi itself is a mystery, as many have wondered how he reached Pakistan. Surprisingly, Sindh Department of Excise and Motor Vehicles also issued a local license plate vehicle put a question mark on efficiency of department.

Officials took owner of Jameel Shafi residence and broker who sold him vehicle arrested after house owner failed provide relevant documents.

Registration of in vehicle It has also were forged, customs officials said. “Registration number of in stolen vehicle this is BRS-279.”

According to the FIR filed by the customs officials, the tax of more more than 300 million rupees were stolen due to smuggling. of in stolen vehicle.

On the information provided by broker Navid Balwani, teams were formed for arrest navid yamin, who they say that head of en international car smuggling racket.

According to initial information provided by the suspects, Balwani brokered a deal between Shafi and Yameen.

Sources said Express Tribune what is already reported cases against Yamin in Karachi and Hyderabad.

Customs sources said that for Registration of such a luxury vehicles, one permission to sell from the Ministry is required of External Relations, NOC from Pakistan Customs and Receipt of payment of duty and taxes.

However, the Department of Excise and Motor Vehicles of Sindh has registered stolen vehicle without fulfilling all legal requirements, raising eyebrows whether the excise officials in Sindh were also part of scam.

The sources also said that the investigation against the officials involved were also on in cards.

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Derrick Santistevan
Derrick Santistevan
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