ISLAMABAD: The Customs North Region (Collectorates of Islamabad, Peshawar, Samberial and Gilgit baltistan) has surpassed its assigned target by generating extra revenue of Rs154.39million during 30 days of August.
The North Region received Rs3267.13million revenue under the same head during 30 days of August FY17-18 while North was allocated revenue collection target of Rs.3112.74million under the same head.
According to details given by sources of North Region that performance of the North Region looks satisfactory under all the tax heads during 30 days of August FY2017-18. During above said period, the Customs Collectorate Islamabad collected Rs1381.56million against the earmarked target of Rs1167.00million of all the taxes.
During above said period, the Customs Collectorate of Peshawar earned the revenue of Rs1652.72million as all taxes while it was assigned the target of Rs1689.75million.
The sources told CT that Customs Collectorate of Samberial was rewarded worth Rs-222.93million rebate against the allocated target of Rs-178.07million for 30 days of August FY17-18 under the head of all taxes.
The sources told that, during said period, the Gilgit-Baltistan generated Rs455.78million against the assigned revenue target of Rs434.06million under the head of all duties and taxes during 30 days of FY2017-18.