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MCC Peshawar maintains its glory by posting Rs270m more take during 17 days

MCC Peshawar maintains its glory by posting Rs270m more take during 17 days

PESHAWAR: The Model Customs Collectorate Peshawar has maintained its history by displaying more revenue collection in the first 17 days against the allocated target of revenue, said Gul Rahman, Collector Customs, at the Customs House Peshawar.

The Peshawar Collectorate has collected Rs1060.13million net revenue in 17 days of October in the current FY2017-18 against Rs789.88million received during 17 days of October during previous FY2016-17. So the collectorate stood surplus with Rs270million revenue during only 17 days.

The good work of the Collector Customs at the MCC Peshawar could be seen by continuous increase in the revenue collection of Peshawar Customs during these three months. The collectorate has improved its performance by neglecting every chance which might bring fall of revenue.

Talking with Customs Today on Tuesday, Collector Gul Rahman reminded the Customs high-ups of making the day happen due to which collections have exceeded from the allocated target.

The Collector Customs lauded the duties generated at different Customs Stations in which Torkham Customs Station has received more net revenue than other Customs Stations during the first 17 days of current FY.

The MCC Peshawar got Rs350.42million CD during 17 days of October for which Peshawar Collectorate didn’t apply any illegal apparatus throughout the stations and dry ports. The MCC Peshawar generated Rs278.79million ST during the above said period.

MCC Peshawar collected Rs91million revenue from ST on VM Palm oil and Rs38.66million revenue from ST on VM imports. The collectorate received Rs244.13million revenue by net AIT in which Rs45.75million was done by AIT exports.

In the same way, the MCC Peshawar got Rs11.43million Federal Excise Duty during first 17 days of October.