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MCC-Appraisement-West uncovers dodging of Rs25m in Feb

MCC-Appraisement-West uncovers dodging of Rs25m in Feb

KARACHI: The Post Release Verification (PRV) Section of the Model Customs Collectorate of Appraisement-West has detected 25 cases of tax evasion in the month of February and raised demand of Rs 25,318,918 against the importers and clearing agents for the recovery of the said amount.

The tax evasion of the substantial amount was found against the importers and clearing agents for non-implementation of valuation rulings, FTA and income tax.

The PRV Section of MCC Appraisement-West has raised the demand of Rs 8,685,077 against A I Enterprises against non-implementation of FTA on polyester shirting fabric; Rs 4,738,386 is to be recovered from Ahmed Automobile on non-implementation of Valuation Ruling on sub-component for manufacturing of shock absorbers for motorcycles; Rs 2,763,703 is to be recovered from Feroz Mills against non payment of income tax; Rs 2,693,686 is to be recovered from Ahsan Enterprises against non-implementation of VR/FTA on Polyester Shirting fabric; Rs 1,152,610 is to be recovered from LEO Enterprises on non-implementation of VR on Colour bulbs.

The PRV Section of the collectorate has raised demand of Rs 723,226 against the Q-Star Trading on non-implementation of VR on hands-free and laptop chargers; Rs 654,046 is to be recovered from Abdul Qadir & Abdul Sattar against the non-implementation of VR on White Oil; the PRV Section has raised demands of Rs 567,021 against Imporient Chemical (Pvt) Ltd on non-implementation of VR on phosphoric acid food grade; the Section has raised demand of Rs 560,305 against the Linde Pakistan Ltd against the non-implementation of VR on Welding electrode.

Rs 487,347 is to be recovered from Thal Ltd against non-implementation of VR on medium density fibreboard; Rs 456,837 is to be recovered from Rainbow Hi-tech Engineering (private) Ltd against the non-implementation of VR on Component for manufacturing of shock absorbers for motorcycles; Rs 341,752 is to be recovered from Pro Star Industries against non-implementation of VR on transparent plastic film; the demand of Rs 308,308 has been raised against American Graphics against the non-implementation of VR on PVC flex banners.

Similarly Rs 173,508 is to be recovered from Jangda Enterprises against the non-implementation of VR on children shoes; Rs 172,158 is to be recovered from Jawad Brothers Electronics against the non-implementation of VR on home inverters and batteries; the PRV Section has raised demand of Rs 148,676 against the High Cirrus Express on non-implementation of VR on unbranded shoes and sandals; Rs 143,929 is to be recovered from Tooba Traders on non-implementation of VR on Viscose filament yarn; Rs 140,467 is to be recovered from International Export & Import Co. against the non-implementation of VR on Viscose filament yarn.

Rs 131,460 is to be recovered from E-Enterprises against non-implementation of VR on mobile batteries and chargers; Rs 102,870 is to be recovered from Salman Traders against the non-implementation of VR on Viscose filament yarn; Rs 101,182 is to be recovered from Sony International against non-implementation of VR on standard wire in rolls; Rs 72,364 are to be recovered from Kolanchee INT against non-implementation of VR on masters batches.