KARACHI: The Customs Collectorate, Appraisement West, has collected Rs4248.98million of Customs Duty, Sales Tax, Income Tax and Federal Exercise Duty during first 10 days of April.
Sources told Customs Today that the Customs Appraisement West received Rs2847million as Customs Duty, Rs741.25million of Sales Tax, Rs648.87million as Income Tax and Rs12.58million under the head of Federal Excise Duty.
If we talk about first 15 days of previous month of March, the Customs Collectorate, Appraisement West, has generated Rs6269.76million of Customs Duty, sales tax, income tax and federal exercise duty during first 15 days of March including Rs3247million as customs duty, Rs1458million of sales tax, Rs1547million of income tax and Rs17.42million under the head of federal excise duty during 15 days of March.
In the whole month of March, the Customs Collectorate, Appraisement West, has earned Rs26billion, R801million under the heads of customs duty, sales tax, income tax and federal exercise duty including Rs13billion, Rs208million of custom duty, Rs9billion, Rss803million as sales tax, Rs3billion, Rs508million under the head of income tax and Rs161million under the head of FED.
Source said that the Collector, Appraisement West, is fully hopeful to achieve the target in the end of fiscal year as we achieved our target in the end of June and we are fully confident that we are going to achieve a high target.