ISLAMABAD: The Customs Recovery Cell Islamabad has generated Rs50million of revenue by taking action against tax evaders.
According to details given by sources of the Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Islamabad that the Recovery Cell has sorted out important cases in which huge revenue amounts are involved. The source was informed that the MCC Islamabad has initiated the attachment of property in F-7 Islamabad in Gadoon Synthetic, the payable estimated value in said case is Rs12.4million.
Source was told that the Recovery Cell Islamabad has registered another case of tax evasion against Shalimar Bonds. Source added that the Recovery Cell has also taken measures by attachment of property of the Shalimar Bond situated at Misirial Road Rawalpindi. Sources notified CT that Rs6.9million of revenue is payable by the said party.
Sources informed the media that the Recovery Cell Islamabad Customs is also following a case against the National Highways Authority regarding the payable dues. The said case was followed at the tribunal forum in which Rs33.33million of revenue is involved.