KARACHI: The Custom Adjudication-II is showing outstanding performance by taking action against the tax defaulters and has issued some notices in 22 days of November.
Source said the Customs Adjudication-II has served a final notice on a defaulter named M/s Shafi Jami Traders and recovered Rs3.29million from M/s Bhatti Garments and Export Karachi.
M/s Shafi Jami Traders was found involved in the tax evasion. The company imported vehicles and items including fancy headlights, backlights, steering and fancy mirrors and more things on August 13, 2017 and used wrong PCT heading.
After a careful investigation, the Customs Adjudication-II issued a final notice to the company and cleared the outstanding amount of Rs3.50million.
Sources told reporter that another company M/s Bhatti Garments and Export Karachi got cleared a consignment of fancy silk on August 3, 17 and evaded tax amount of Rs3.29million.
After investigations, the Customs Adjudication-II served a show cause notice on the company on September 16, but the company failed to clear the outstanding tax amount.
On that time, Collector Customs Adjudication-II Muhammad Javed issued a final notice to the company on October 18. After receiving the notice, the company deposited Rs3.29million in favor of the Customs Department.