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Hyderabad Recovery Cell deposits Rs0.987m into exchequer during July

Hyderabad Recovery Cell deposits Rs0.987m into exchequer during July

HYDERABAD: The Model Customs House Hyderabad, Recovery Cell Hyderabad, deposited Rs0.987million into the national exchequer which was received from the collection of custom duties and income taxes during the current month of July FY2017-18.

The collection was made through Atlas Cable (Ptv) limited Kotri and customs and income taxes of Rs987982 were generated during FY2017-18.

Under the Supervision of Collector Akhlaq Ahmad Khattaq, Model Customs Hyderabad Additional Collector Rehmatulah Vistro, Deputy Collector Mushtaq Shahni’s team comprised Superintendent Aslam Parvaiz Abbasi, Recovery Cell In-charge Inspectors Habib Ahmed Sheikh, Jameel Khan (UDC) Sepoye Muhammad Shakeel Ahmed and other staff.

Earlier, MCC Hyderabad got the money. According to details, Model Customs Collectorate, Recovery Cell, Hyderabad deposited Rs7.653million into the national exchequer which was received from the collection of customs duty and income taxes during FY2016-17.

The collection was made through Memon Motors, Hyderabad Site Area, Atlas Cable Kotri, Genre Trade Noriabad, Dada Bhai Cement Noriabad and Customs and Income Taxes of Rs7.653million during FY2016-17.

They added that the anti-smuggling campaign was in full swing in the region following the direction of the Federal Board of Revenue and Collector Akhlaq Ahmad Khattaq in order to enhance the revenue generation resources.

It is necessary to mention here that Customs Collectorate Hyderabad is using all available resources to recover the outstanding dues from tax defaulters and also adopting necessary measures to generate more revenue to meet the revenue collection target allocated for FY 2017-18.

MCC Hyderabad Collector Akhlaq Ahmad Khattaq and Additional Collector Rehmatulah Vistro have appreciated the performance of their subordinates.