Islamabad, Jun 29: 11,000 containers of the International Security Assistance Force were missing in Pakistan.
The containers, worth of rupees 220 billion, which were used to transport prohibited and non-prohibited goods for the NATO forces stationed in Afghanistan, have mysteriously disappeared over the past two years.
The report by the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) shows the prevalent massive corruption in Pakistan's Customs department.
According to FBR report these containers were imported to provide equipments to the international forces in Afghanistan and contained weapons, liquor, military uniforms and other prohibited and non prohibited materials.
Investigations have revealed that goods from these containers were loaded down in Karachi but their fake registration was made at Torkham, Afghanistan.