ISLAMABAD: All the Customs Stations of the Model Custom Collectorate Islamabad received surplus revenue of Rs18million under the head of CD during the month of March FY17-18 against an assigned revenue collection target.
According to details explained by sources of the Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Islamabad that, during above said duration, all the stations, consisting of IDP, AFU, Car sections, C.Bond, UAB, AB and IMO, collected Rs610.67million gross revenue collection of Customs Duty (CD) against an allocated revenue collection target of Rs592.67million. All the stations of the MCC Islamabad generated Rs524.93million under same head during the same period of corresponding FY16-17.
The sources told CT that the Islamabad Dry Port (IDP) earned Rs7million less revenue as CD against an earmarked target. The IDP was assigned Rs323.37million revenue target while it earned Rs295.25million.
The Air Freight Unit (AFU) collected Rs39million extra revenue against an allocated revenue target for the month of February FY17-18. During said period, the AFU was assigned Rs266million revenue under the head of CD while it received a surplus amount of Rs305million.
The Car Section was assigned Rs15million target against a collection of Rs6.33million of CD while C.Bond earned Rs0.15million against an allocated revenue collection target of Rs3.50million whereas the Unaccompanied Baggage (UAB) received Rs0.74million against an earmarked revenue target of Rs0.70million under the head of CD.
The Accompanied Baggage (AB) generated Rs1.55million of CD against an assigned revenue collection target of Rs3.00million. The sources said that the International Mail Office (IMO) collected Rs1.24million against an earmarked revenue collection target of Rs0.70million for the month of March FY17-18.