ISLAMABAD: All the Customs Stations, working under the Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Islamabad, earned Rs21.08million surplus Customs Duty (CD) during the month of November Financial Year 2017-18 against the assigned revenue target.
All the customs stations were allocated s revenue target of Rs493.60million as CD whereas they received Rs514.68million of CD during the month of November FY17-18.
According to details given by sources of the Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Islamabad that, during the month of November FY17-18, all the stations, comprising (Islamabad Dry port (IDP), Air Freight Unit (AFU), C. Bond, Unaccompanied Baggage (UAB), Accompanied Baggage (AB), International Mail Office (IMO), Rebate Refund Section and Car section working under the umbrella of MCC Islamabad, showed satisfactory performance under the head of CD against the earmarked revenue target.
The sources told CT that the Air Freight Unit generated Rs284.778million as CD against the assigned revenue target of Rs228.61million whereas IDP did Rs244.321million against the allocated target of Rs277.19million of CD for the month of November FY17-18.
During above said period, the Car Section of the MCC Islamabad got Rs3.143million against the earmarked target of Rs2.70million while the C. Bond did Rs0.036million against the assigned revenue target of Rs1.00million of CD for the month of November FY17-18.
It was told that the UAB received Rs0.653million revenue against the allocated target of Rs1.40million under the head of CD whereas it did Rs2.528million of revenue of CD against the earmarked revenue target of Rs2.00million for the month of November FY17-18. Sources added that the IMO collected Rs0.801million under head of CD against the assigned revenue target of Rs.0.70 million.
Source informed CT that, during the month of November FY17-18, the Rebate Refund Section paid Rs21.00million of refunds of CD to exporters while it was allocated Rs20.00million revenue target as CD.