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Sukkur customs torches smuggled goods worth Rs213m

Sukkur customs torches smuggled goods worth Rs213m

HYDERABAD: Collectorate of Customs Range Office Sukkur destroyed large quantity of contraband goods on 16th January 2021 worth Rs213 million.

The destroyed items include betel nuts 84,950 kilograms, Indian Gutkha 28,224 packet, foreign origin cigarettes 33,385 dandas, poppy seeds 13,550 kg, skimmed milk (expired) 1750 kg etc

The destruction ceremony was attended by Deputy Director Customs Intelligence and Investigation Syed Muhammad Raza Naqvi, Deputy Commissioner Sukkur Rana Adeel, Director Sukkur Muncipal Corporation, Vice President Sukkur Chamber of Commerce, Assistant Director ANF, Assistant Director IB, Superintendent Rangers (Major equivalent) Sindh Rangers, DSP Sukkur Police, Incharge Anti-Smuggling Organization Sukkur,  Principal Appraiser Ali Ahmed Talpur, Supdt GM Shar and Inspectors and a large contingent of Media

At the end of ceremony, shields were presented by Deputy Director Customs I&I Raza Naqvi to Deputy Commissioner Sukkur, Vice President Sukkur Chamber of Commerce and SR Rangers on behalf of Wing Commander Rangers.