ISLAMABAD: All the Customs Stations of the MCC Islamabad faced a shortfall of Rs73.76million of Customs Duty (CD) during first two weeks of April FY17-18 against an earmarked proportional revenue collection target.
According to details given by sources of the Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Islamabad that, during above said period, all the stations, comprising IDP, AFU, Car Section, C.Bond, UAB, AB and IMO, received Rs173.42million of gross revenue collection under the head of Customs Duty (CD) against an assigned proportional revenue collection target of Rs255.18million. All the stations of the MCC Islamabad were generated Rs199.45million under the same head during the identical duration of corresponding FY16-17.
The Islamabad Dry Port (IDP) suffered Rs79.66million loss of CD against an assigned proportional target. The IDP was assigned Rs135.72million revenue target while it earned Rs56.04million for two weeks of April FY17-18.
The Air Freight Unit (AFU) collected Rs5million an extra revenue against an earmarked proportional target. The AFU got Rs116.05million as CD against an allocated target of Rs111.77million for first two weeks of April FY17-18.
The Car Section was assigned Rs4.00million target against a collection of Rs0.00million under the head of CD while C.Bond received RsRs.0.00million (zero) collection against an assigned revenue collection target of Rs2.00million. The Unaccompanied Baggage (UAB) fetched Rs0.36million against an earmarked revenue target of Rs0.24million of CD for first two weeks of April FY17-18.
The Accompanied Baggage (AB) generated Rs0.59million as CD against an assigned revenue collection target of Rs1.20million for initial two weeks of April FY17-18. The International Mail Office (IMO) collected Rs0.38million of revenue against an an earmarked revenue collection target of Rs0.26million.