ISLAMABAD - A three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry on Wednesday ordered the Chairman Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) and Member Customs to submit a written reply on Thursday (today) to a report filed by a private TV channel anchorperson. Appearing before the court Moeed Pirzada, an anchorperson, in support of his claim made in a programme, presented a report that was prepared by Latufullah Baig Director General Intelligence and Investigation Customs. In the report, he said that about 10,000 to 11,000 containers of ISAF, went missing from Karachi, as Customs department had no record of these containers. He said the irregularities were made in ISAF containers, as there was no scanning, adding that the Customs had scanning facility in Karachi since 2008 but it had not been used. The chief justice remarked that the national wealth must not be wasted and all the containers must have to pay tax to FBR. The CJ observed that first, the FBR did not accept missing of 10,000 containers, but in the last hearing Member Customs gave figures of 60 missing containers. Iftikhar Gilani, counsel for FBR, asked the bench to constitute a commission to probe the ISAF containers issue. He said the FBR had control over bonded carriers but not on NLC containers, because The NLC trucks were in the hands of army generals and they beat us. The bench observed that there was dire need to change the system and asked as to why each and every container was not checked by the Customs officials. Hearing would resume today (Thursday).