ISLAMABAD: Directorate of Customs Investigation and Investigation Islamabad has formed a new anti-smuggling strategy to curb smuggling in the country with cooperation of other law enforcement agencies (LEAs).
Deputy Director Headquarters Khaldunul Haq told Customs Today that Customs Intelligence held various meetings with the LEAs to develop a close liaison in order to eradicate the menace of smuggling in the region causing lose to the national exchequer.
He said that all the enforcement agencies including Maritime Forces, National Highways (NHA) and Motorway Police, Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) agreed to join hands for tightening noose around the smugglers.
Haq said that cooperation among all law enforcement agencies will prove a final nail in the coffin of smuggling in the country.
He said that high ups of the Customs Intelligence also called a meeting of all directors where all they were directed to establish cooperation with all law enforcement agencies to make effective strategies for foiling smuggling bids in their respective regions.
He also said that the coordination among all the law enforcement agencies will also be at regional level as well.
He informed that Customs Intelligence Islamabad had collected Rs 4 billion during last fiscal year 2014-15, adding that department was striving to collect more revenue this running year for country