National Assembly’s surplus vehicles to be auctioned on Oct 24

Islamabad (HRNW): As part of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) austerity campaign, Speaker of the National Assembly Asad Qaiser has announced to auction off the assembly’s surplus vehicles. As per details, six used cars and one motorcycle would be auctioned off on October 24. These vehicles will be available for examination from 11am to 1pm on the day. On Sep 18, 61 of the 102 luxury and surplus vehicles parked on the lawns of PM House were auctioned off at a ceremony attended by bidders. During the first phase, the vehicles that were auctioned off included eight BMWs, three cars of 2014 model and three 5000cc SUVs and two 3000cc SUVs of 2016 model.

The list also contained four Mercedes Benz cars of 2016 model. Two of them are 4,000cc bullet-proof vehicles. There were 16 Toyota cars as well. One of them was 2004 Lexus car, one 2006 Lexus SUV and two 2004 Land Cruisers. Eight cars ranged from 2003 to 2013 models. Apart from these, four bullet-proof Land Cruiser vehicles of 2015 model were also up for auction. Apart from that, there was one Honda Civic 1800cc car and three Suzuki vehicles, including two Cultus cars and one APV, all of them were 2013 models. The list also included a 1994 model Hino bus.

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