HYDERABAD: The MCC Hyderabad State Ware House deposited Rs14million into the national exchequer. The amount was collected through auctions and duty/taxes during 31 days of October 2017-18. These goods were seized by the Anti-Smuggling Organization (ASO) on the instructions of Hyderabad Collector, Akhlaq Ahmad Khattaq, under the supervision of Additional Collector Dr Aamer Nawaz Hamid.
The collectorate has released the impounded consignments of different brands’ cigarettes, vehicles, HSD Iranian diesel and other items after receiving the taxable duties and taxes during the month of October 2017-18.
Through auctions and following all duties and taxes including customs duty, import duty, sale proceed and fine and penalties, Motamar Alam-E-Islami (MI) deposited Rs1.6million sale taxes, Rs01.7million federal excise duty, duty on import goods, FED and advance income tax and duty of Rs05million earned from confiscated items including cigarettes and non-duty-paid vehicles during October 2017-18.
Deputy Collector Basit Hussain’s team comprised Superintendent Nadeem Ahmed Usmani, State Warehouse In-Charge Inspectors and Hawaldar and staff. MCC Hyderabad Collector Akhlaq Ahmad Khattaq and Additional Collector Dr Aamer Nawaz Hamid have appreciated the performance of the team.