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Hyderabad Customs seizes non-duty paid goods worth Rs30m during October

Hyderabad Customs seizes non-duty paid goods worth Rs30m during October

HYDERABAD: Collectorate of Customs Anti-Smuggling Organization (ASO) seized smuggled items worth Rs 30 million including duty and taxes during the month of October 2018

Sources told Customs Today that after instructions of Collector Khalid Hussain Jamali , the ASO team conducted various anti-smuggling activities in order to save the national exchequer.

The team confiscated different items, including Toyota car, Hino oil tanker , foreign origin 44000 liters HSD  High Speed Diesel (HSD)  455 kilograms of betel nuts, foreign origin Baba shoes of different varieties,  foreign origin  Indian gutka,  ceramic tiles old & used tyres Rims, auto parts,  spray paint , foreign origin cigarettes, electronics HTV & LTV DTH receivers, digital LNBs dish antennas NB Clips tyres of different brands and sizes polythene bags and other items in different raid.

Sources told that ASO confiscated 540 cartons of Diamond Aerosol  Spray Paint,  smuggled HTV & LTV tyres of different brand miscellaneous items including  polythene bags cigarettes  worth Rs385069 and other items Rs2.3 million .

Under the supervision of Hyderabad Customs Headquarters Additional Collector  Dr Aamer Nawaz Hamid and  deputy Collector  Syed Kareem Adil the ASO teams comprising  in charge ASO customs preventive Hyderabad  Zulfqar  Ali Jamali , Inspector  engr Haresh  Kumar inspector  Abdul Majeed Baraich , Inspector  Maqbool Ahmed Rind  inspector  Abid Ahmed khan sepyes and   Drivers participated in the operations.

Talking to Customs Today, customs officers said that Hyderabad Customs showed excellent performance with regard to the anti-smuggling during the said period, adding that the collect orate was improving its performance over the time by adopting effective strategies against the smugglers.