The long-awaited auction of the spare vehicles of the Prime Minister House took place on Monday, 17th September. Total 102 vehicles were available for the auction and 61 out of these were successfully auctioned off. Auction procedure and arrangements were very simple and well organized.
Whereas bombproof and bulletproof vehicles couldn’t fascinate several buyers due to requirements and excess features of bombproof and bulletproof vehicles, the other vehicles were sold at good rates and Federal Government has earned almost Rs: 200 million from the sale of above said vehicles.
But the 06 bulletproof vehicles and 55 other vehicles were taken by the buyers on Monday. Due to misperception regarding the tax rates, the most expensive luxury cars, along with 21 armored cars and 20 low-priced cars will be auctioned in the next phase.
The Federal Government Information Minister Fawad Chaudhary informed the media that the vehicles were sold above market prices, the auction was completely fair as per policy, no one was accommodated and that the remaining cars will be put up for auction later.
It was a successful auction and its objective was to convey a message to people that their elected Prime Minister Imran Khan will not waste their money.
The severity drive started by Prime Minister Imran Khan intended that the luxury and spare vehicles of the Prime Minister House were up for auction and the government had invited the businessmen to participate in the auction.
As per above said advertisement details the vehicles which were presented for auction in the PM House lawn on Monday included 8 BMWs, 28 Mercedes-Benz, 9 Honda, 8 Suzuki, 40 Toyota, 5 Mitsubishi, 2 Jeep, 1 Nissan and 1 Hino Bus.