ISLAMABAD: The Directorate General Customs Intelligence and Investigation (I&I) has shown tremendous performance under the supervision of Director General Customs I&I Shaukat Ali during the month of September, 2018.
According to details, the Directorate General I&I seized goods including non-duty paid vehicles, electronics, blankets, cloth, arms and narcotics worth Rs7741.06 million and detected evasion of duty/taxes worth Rs172.16 million.
The Directorate General I&I also recovered Rs123.21 million through auction of vehicles and miscellaneous items and collection of taxes and duties.
During the last month, DG Shaukat Ali led the biggest operation of customs history and in the result of this operation, Customs I&I recovered and detained 23 non-duty paid expensive vehicles.
DG I&I Shaukat Ali has lauded the performance of all officials and hoped that their performance will make Customs I&I exemplary organization. According to sources, DG has decided to give the rewards to those officials who have shown their best performance during the current financial year.