GWADAR: The Customs Collectorate has impounded Iranian brake oil cane and electronic accessories include (Hard electric wires, fancy switches, and buttons worth more than Rs 4.50 million on Thursday.
Sources told Customs Today, that on the directives of the Deputy Collector Gwadar Junaid Mehmood , operation against smuggled items and non-duty paid luxury vehicles is going on in full swing and several raids have been conducted during previous month of November and operation of smuggled items is still going on during current month of December.
Sources told that on Thursday morning deputy collector Gwadar constituted a team of Customs Anti-Smuggling Organization (ASO) under the supervision of Customs Preventive Inspector Shamim Ahmed Khan and others. The team, during a search operation on Gwadar Highway, intercepted a truck bearing registration KS9902 which was going out of the city.
During the raids, the customs team impounded 300 small cans of Iranian brake oil, 50 rolls of hard electric wires, 600 fancy electric board and buttons, and switches, and different kinds of circuit breakers worth Rs 4.50 million.
The customs team arrested two smugglers who were involved in smuggling and registered an FIR against the accused persons and started investigations.
It is necessary to mention here that Customs Collectorate has impounded different kinds of Iranian Juices and Iranian non duty paid carpet worth more than Rs6.50 million on 11th December and different type of computer accessories worth more than Rs4.26 million, included 50 LED flat screen monitors, 25 laptop Acer brand,500 ( 4GB Laptop Ram) and huge quantity of data cables hard wire worth 4.26 during the first week of December.