FAISALABAD: The Customs Adjudication Faisalabad recovered Rs48.522million after deciding different seizure cases during the month of March of Fiscal Year 2018.
Sources told Customs Today that the adjudication settled almost 30 smuggling cases during the month of March. The Customs Adjudication issued order in favor of the Customs Anti-Smuggling-Organizations, Sargodha, Mianwali, Jhang, Sara-e-Muhajir and Customs Intelligence and Investigation, Regional Office, Faisalabad.
The cases included smuggling of clothes, tea, auto part, Iranian diesel, Rani Juice, LCDs, LEDs, remotes, remote covers, mobile phones, old and used machinery, children shoes, grey fabrics and used laptops, Toyota Corolla vehicles, land cruiser, powder, sulphate, yarn, almond and other items.
Collector adjudication Asif Abbas decided three cases of Rs19.998million while Additional Collector (ADC) Asma Hameed settled nine cases involving Rs18.998million.
Similarly, Deputy Collector Saima Ayaz (DC) decided 30 cases involving Rs48.522million and announced decisions in favor of the Customs Intelligence and Investigation during above said period.