Former judge reportedly has over 2200 cars registered in his name

Recently, it was found that there are more than 2200 cars that are registered in the name of former judge Sikander Hayat.

However, the lawyer of Sikandar Hayat informed the Supreme Court of Pakistan that the 82-year-old judge only owns one car, however, according to the Punjab Excise and Taxation Department, it was revealed that there are more than 2200 cars registered under my client’s name.

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The truth came out when a few days ago, Sikandar Hayat received a challan for a car that doesn’t belong to him and when he contacted the Excise and Taxation department, he got to know that there are 2,224 cars that are registered in his name.

After hearing, the Supreme Court asked the secretary and director of the Punjab excise department to submit a report with complete verification in a week’s time.

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Notable Replies

  1. roboxx says:

    Cool. I want to know how many cars I own :wink:

  2. This is why transfer of ownership is a must, e.g. if a car was rigged with bombs to blow out a garrison somewhere and it was in your name.

    Kiss your normal life goodbye.

  3. Rugal says:

    He could've hardly gone through 2200 cars in his lifetime. 200 maybe, even that is a long shot. After the money laundering scandal, here comes a car registration scandal.

  4. Who will hold the enquiry how this judge earned that much to get 2200 cars? Or the persons who used the name of the judge for their illegal design will eber be prosicuted?

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