ISLAMABAD: Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) lauded the performance of the Customs Collectorate Islamabad to achieve revenue collection target and said it has set an example for other collectorates. The Board also hoped that the Collectorate will show the same spirit and performance in the future.
Member Customs Jawad Awais Agha extended congratulations on this success and appreciated the performance of Collector Zulfiqar Ali Chauhdary, other officers and staff members.
It is important to mention here that Customs collectorate has achieved the revenue target for the six months of the current financial year (2018-19) and collected Rs10710 million under the head of customs duty and sales tax against the assigned revenue collection target of Rs9878 million.
The collectorate collected Rs3618 million under the head of customs duty against the set target of Rs3593 million while Rs4800 million were collected under the head of sales tax against the assigned target of Rs4092 million.
Collector Zulfiqar Chuahdary said this is a teamwork and the credit also goes to Additional Collector Dry Port Muhammad Ishfaq Khan, Additional Collector Airport Nisar Ahmed and all the officers and staff of the collectorate. He hoped the officers and staff of the collectorate will continue their hard work in the interest of the country.