ISLAMABAD The Supreme Court has issued notices to the Chairman FBR, Members Customs, editors of newspapers and Attorney General of Pakistan, asking them to provide a report in a case regarding alleged misuse of Afghan and ISAF transit arrangement. The Supreme Court registered the petitions under Article 184 of the Constitution and issued notices to the Chairman FBR and Members Customs to provide comprehensive report on alleged misuse of Afghan and ISAF transit arrangement. Editors of various newspapers have also been directed to provide necessary material in this regard and the Attorney General for Pakistan has also been issued notice. The case has been clubbed with Crl. Petition No 278 of 2010, which has already been fixed for September 23. The action in HR case was taken on press report appeared on 1st July 2010 in an English daily. It was reported that the containers imported on fake documents in the name of ISAF were cleared as Afghan Transit Goods on documentation provided by the Afghan Consulate. Allegedly in a clandestine manner foreign goods were brought into Pakistan and got released without paying customs duty to the tune of Rs 220 billions, whereas no evidence is available of transporting these goods to Afghanistan. Comments were called from Chairman, FBR and DG, FIA. This matter was under examination when in Criminal Petition No 278/10 (Imran Khan vs The State) under Order 3/4 of the Prohibition (Enforcement of Hadd) Order (IV) 1979, an identical episode seems to have happened wherein a huge quantity of contraband liquor was smuggled into Pakistan and two containers No MSKQ-3279276 and MRKU 0284641 were confiscated. On probe it transpired that the consignment in the name of Afghanistan Trade Goods was supposed to be loaded with foodstuff, assorted beverages, soft drinks and fresh juices. However, in actual fact it was liquor including wine and beers, which was being smuggled and got detected. Prima facie police mishandled this case, therefore, Customs authorities were also involved and reports were obtained from them. Meanwhile, the SSP Islamabad was directed to prepare a comprehensive report giving details relating to the commission of the crime. The case involves important question of public importance with respect to fundamental rights and is clubbed with Crl. Petition No 278 of 2010 which has already been fixed for September 23.