KARACHI: M/s Quick Deal has approached the Sindh High Court (SHC) and filed a constitutional petition seeking restoration of its ID/ license which was blocked by customs officials due to lodging first information report (FIR) against the petitioner.
On 6 April 2021, counsel for the petitioner stated that petitioner is the proprietor of M/s Quick Deal customs clearing and forwarding agency and is carrying on the business of customs clearing and forwarding and other allied activities.
He submitted that on January 13, 2021, when the petitioner filed a goods declaration, he came to know that his ID/ License has been blocked by the customs officials and he is unable to continue his business, therefore, petitioner approached the customs officials and he petitioner was informed that due to registration of FIR against him his license has been blocked and refused to deblocked the same.
Petitioner further submitted that since no the equally effective and adequate remedy is available to the petitioner for restoration/ deblocking of his license, hence the petitioner invokes the constitutional jurisdiction of this court, inter-alia on the gounds mentioned in the petition.
Citing chairman FBR, Collector of Customs Appraisement East and Additional Collector Customs Licensing Authority as respondents, petitioner pleaded the court to order for restoration of license of the petitioner and allowed the petitioner to file the goods declaration to work and exercise his constitutional and natural rights.
He further pleaded the court may please to grant any other relief which this court may deem fit and proper in the circumstances of the case.