Under the Prime Minister Imran Khan’s austerity drive, Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Islamabad will auction the remaining 48 vehicles of PM house on November 6, 2018.
This is going to be the fourth phase of the auction of the government vehicles, which will be held at the Islamabad Dryport at 11 am.
Those requiring inspection of the vehicles can do so on November 6 between 9 am and 11 am. The detail of the vehicles is as follows:
- BMW (760Li) 2014
- BMW (760Li) 2014 (Qty 3)
- BMW(X5) 2016 (Qty 2)
- Mercedes Car (Maybach S600) 2016 (Qty 2)
- Mercedes Car (S600L) 2016 (Qty2)
- Mercedes Car ( S 500, 600 (2005) (Qty 5)
- Mercedes Limousine 2005
- Toyota Land Cruiser 2008, 2015
- Lexus Jeep 2005
Non-Bullet Proof Vehicles:
- BMW (X5) 2016 (Qty 2)
- Mercedes car (S300) 93 (Qty 14)
- Lexus Jeep 2006
- Mitsubishi Pajero 2004, 2006
- Mitsubishi Lancer 94 (Qty 2)
- Nissan Jeep 90
- Cherokee Jeep 95 (Qty 2)
- Toyota Corolla 86 (Qty 3), 91
The PM had ordered an auction of extra vehicles under the use of the PM house as soon as he assumed the office. Since then, the government has organized two rounds of the auction and sold more than 60 vehicles.
The PM asserted that the money received from this auction and other austerity drives will go to the national exchequer and benefit the public in general.
Previously, the government displayed 49 high-end luxury vehicles for auction including bullet and bombproof cars. However, it only managed the sale of one such expensive vehicle and acquired Rs. 9 million in the process.
Moreover, the Sindh government has also announced to auction its 10-year-old vehicles. Raja Basharat, the Punjab Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs, has also claimed that the provincial government will also auction cars from different departments as per the rules and regulation.