MULTAN: Directorate of Customs Intelligence and Investigation generated Rs14.07 million through auction of confiscated goods and vehicles.
According to details, there were almost 12 various impounded vehicles and miscellaneous goods which were offered in the auction conducted at Customs Intelligence and Investigation office where a large number of bidders participated in the auction.
The most prominent attraction for bidders in the auction was their interest in bidding different vehicles. Vehicles included Toyota Land Cruiser, Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, Nissan, Toyota Vitz and others. Almost 10 impounded vehicles were sold out successfully in Rs13.24 million during the auction and remaining two vehicles were not auctioned due to fewer prices.
Customs Intelligence and Investigation also offered different lots of miscellaneous goods in the auction including cloth, tyres, auto parts, chemicals, cosmetic products and other items. Miscellaneous lots were auctioned in R8,30,000.
Deputy Director Customs Intelligence and Investigation Khial Muhammad Khan supervised the whole auction process of confiscated vehicles and goods along with Inspector Malik Muhammad Nasir.