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Customs Collectorate of Enforcement-South seizes goods worth Rs25.242m in 40 days

Customs Collectorate of Enforcement-South seizes goods worth Rs25.242m in 40 days

KARACHI: The Collectorate of Enforcement-South seized smuggled goods worth Rs25.242 million in last 40 days.

As per details, the Collectorate of Enforcement –South Muhammad Nazim Saleem conducted raids in RCD Highway, Super Highway, West Wharf, Bolan Road, Customs Check-post in Lake pass, Chaman Road, Balali Check-post, Hala Naka Road in Hyderabad, Toll Plaza in Sukkur, Customs Check-post in Jacobabad and Khurkhea in Gwadar.

During the raids Customs officials seized smuggled items, including printed materialized file aluminium, PVC printed films, fuel, dispensers, nozzles, PP bundles, cartons of hair gel, diesel, petrol, thinner, mobile oil, Iranian diesel, grease, kerosene oil, vehicles, perfumed, deodorant sprays, hair colour cream, cigarettes, tyres, iron and steel waste scrape and dumpers worth million of rupees.

The Chief Collector-Enforcement –South Muhammad Nazim Saleem while talking to Customs Today, expressed his satisfaction over the performance of Preventive Collectorates of Gwadar, Quetta and Hyderabad. He lauded the efforts being made by Pakistan Customs’ officers.

Moreover, he said that officers still need to improve their performance more, in order to stop tax invasion by smugglers. “Pakistan Customs officers will continue their efforts in order to drive better results” he added.