ISLAMABAD -- The Excise and Taxation (E and T) department, Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) on Tuesday extended deadline for submitting token tax on vehicles without penalty till January 31.
The decision was taken by keeping in view the enormous rush from the vehicle owners inside the office, Director, E and T Bilal Azam told reporter.
The motorists could submit their vehicle token fee at the excise office from 9 am to 8 pm even after their office time or any designated branch of National Bank of Pakistan in the federal capital, he added.
The department was trying to expand the process across the country as large number of the vehicles registered with Islamabad ETO were owned by people residing in other parts of the country and e-banking would facilitate them to pay the tax.
"It is our top priority to build public confidence and promoting tax culture" , he added.
An online interface, he said had also been setup between the Pakistan Post...