Checkout the PM cars up for auction

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Prime Minister House on Wednesday, 5th September 2018 released a video of the luxury cars that will be up for auction on 17th September 2018 at PM House, Islamabad. The car auction timings are from 10:00 A.M onwards.

The video features high-end luxury cars, which include the Mercedes Benz S-300, Maybach S-600, BMW 7-Series, BMW X-Series and etc.

Moreover, as per the list published by the government, there are 8 BMWs, 28 Mercedes Benz, 9 Honda cars, 8 Suzuki, 40 Toyota cars, 5 Mitsubishi, 2 Cherokee, 1 Nissan, and 1 Hino Bus.

Read More: Govt. announces auction date for PM cars

Previously, Prime Minister Imran Khan, while addressing to the nation in his first inaugural speech, on 19th August 2018, announced the auction of the highly expensive bulletproof cars in order to maintain the country’s expenses.

Here’s the updated list released by the Prime Minister House:

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Moreover, these vehicles can be accessed during office hours from 13th September to 14th September 2018. And those who wish to bid must call prior to the auction at 051-9045-656/658, and bring their National Identity Card.

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Notable Replies

  1. I wonder if the government intend to replace them with Bentlys and Rolls Royces or perhaps; a whole fleet of helicopters?

    And if they don't; then how exactly do the top-tier government officials intend to move around and about in Islamabad?

    CD70s? Mehrans? Kei-Cars? Tata Nano? Go-karts? Vespas? Mopeds? Pocket rockets? I can go on and on...

    I'm just curious; and curiosity is man's biggest weakness!

    Okay, lets get serious. While I appreciate the efforts by the government; I truly do but the way this topic is being highlighted and politicized by the media raises a few questions and even ring some bells...

    And I, for one, personally believe that they're going to replace these old cars with new ones. That's what our previous government did to PPP Govt's presidential fleet and ALSO made similar headlines 4 years ago!

    Remember? I bet some of you do!

    Anyhow; fingers crossed!

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