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Gwadar Customs seizes non-duty paid crockery items worth Rs9.56m

Gwadar Customs seizes non-duty paid crockery items worth Rs9.56m

GWADAR: Collectorate of Customs team seized huge quantity of non-duty paid imported crockery items including dinner set, tea set and other items worth Rs 9.56 million including vehicle being used for smuggling.

Sources told Customs Today on 28-11-2018 that Deputy Collector Junaid Mehmood received secret information that some smugglers are trying to smuggle non-duty-paid crockery items which including dinner set and tea set from Gwadar to different cities.

After receiving this information, he constituted a raiding team under the supervision of Customs Preventive Inspector  Muzaffar Khan, Qayyum Sultan and others. The team, during a search operation on Gwadar Exit Way, intercepted a vehicle bearing registration no: GDH-8472.

During the search, the team impounded more than 200 sets of different kinda of dinner sets (72 pieces), 500 tea sets valued at Rs9.56 million including truck being used in smuggling.

The team seized all smuggled items and arrested the truck driver. Sources told that customs official started investigations from the accused person.