KARACHI: Member Customs Nisar Muhammad Ali Khan visited Customs House Karachi and held several meetings with the high officials of Pakistan Customs.
Sources in Customs House informed Customs Today that the Member Customs held meetings with customs officials including Chief Collector-Enforcement (South) Muhammad Yahya, Chief Collector-Appraisement (South) Nasir Masroor, Director General Afghan Transit Trade (ATT) Khawar Farid Maneka, Collector Preventive S M Tariq Huda, Additional Collector Headquarters-I Shafqat Ali Khan Niazi and others.
Sources told this scribe that the Member Customs discussed a recent case of goods stealing from NATO containers in a private yard at Muhammad Bin Qasim Port.
During the meeting, Nisar Muhammad stressed upon the installation of the scanners on the routes of ATT reverse cargo from Torkhum Border.
It is pertinent to mention here that the NATO containers case was reported in ATT reverse cargo from Torkhum.
“The Member Customs further asked the officials concerned that the culprits involved in the NATO containers case should be dealt with iron hands”, they sources.
According to the sources, the Member Customs further reviewed the status of the revenue generation and directed the officials to leave no stone unturned in order to achieve the revenue target by the end of second quarter of the fiscal year 2013-14.