KARACHI: Chief Collector-Enforcement (South) Muhammad Nazim Saleem visited Customs House, Gaddani and held meeting with the Customs officers.
Collector Model Customs Collectorate-MCC Gwadar Syed Tanvir welcomed the Chief Collector-Enforcement (South) on his arrival. During the meeting, the Chief Collector-Enforcement (South) Muhammad Nazim Saleem emphasized on effective measures in order to curb smuggling and improved surveillance mechanism by anti-smuggling organisation to uproot the menace of smuggling. The Chief Collector-Enforcement (South) also directed the officers and officials concerned to streamline their priorities to enhance the revenue generation by curbing the smuggling activities.
On the occasion, the Chief Collector informed the Customs officers that the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) was paying special heed towards the modernization of Gwadar Port on contemporary basis. “The Board is considering introducing modern tools and gadgets at Gwadar Port for uplifting the port as par international level,” he added.
During the meeting, the Chief Collector-Enforcement (South) asked the officers of Pakistan Customs to enhance revenue generation and make all out efforts to achieve the revenue target by the end of second quarters of the fiscal year 2014-15.
On the occasion, Collector Gwadar Syed Tanveer briefed the Chief Collector-Enforcement (South) about the revenue collection and steps being taken in order to curb the smuggling activities. The Chief Collector-Enforcement (South) expressed his satisfaction over the steps being taken by the Collectorate MCC-Gwadar and hoped that the officers concerned will improve the performance more.