MULTAN: Collectorate of Customs has relieved 23 inspectors from their duties to join their new places of posting.
According to details, Assistant Collector Headquarter Omer Bin Zafar Chatha has relieved 23 inspectors for the compliance of the large scale transfers and posting of Customs employees in different collectorates. The Federal Board of Revenue has directed to relieved transfer officials for joining new place of posting without any delay.
Inspector Azhar Abbas has joined and assumed charge at MCC Preventive Lahore after leaving its charge from Multan Customs. Inspector Abdul Rauf, Inspector Rana Nisar Ahmad and Inspector Zahid Habib Ansari have been posted at MCC Faisalabad. Inspector Rana Muhammad Irshad, Inspector Muhammad Ansar Hussain, Inspector Syed Ghulam Raza Shah, Inspector Arshad Hussain Qureshi, Inspector Arshad Nadeem, Inspector Muhammad Aslam, Inspector Maqsood Ahmad, Inspector Arif Mahmood, Inspector Jahangir Ali, Inspector Zafar Iqbal Sani, Inspector Farrukh Ghulam Abbas, Inspector Muhammad Abdullah , Inspector Buni Ameen Qureshi, Inspector Zahid Mahmood, Inspector Shafqat Ali Awan, Inspector Imran Fareed, Inspector Syed Hussain Mujtaba Naqvi, Inspector Muhammad Fayyaz and Inspector Kanwar Asif Ali have been transferred from Multan Customs Collectorate. Almost 20 Inspectors have been posted in the MCC Preventive Lahore and three Inspectors were deputed in MCC Faisalabad. Said Customs Inspector has been relieved by Multan Customs Collectorate and joined their new place of posting.
The Federal Board of Revenue has done massive scale transfer and posting in the countrywide to attain better results in the Customs.