QUETTA: The Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Quetta generated additional revenue of Rs186.00million as all duties and taxes against the allocated revenue collection target during the first 15 days of October Financial Year 2017-18 under the same head. The collectorate received Rs810.00million under all the heads during 15 days of October FY17-18 while it was assigned Rs624.00million of proportional target for said period under all the heads.
According to details given by Ashraf Ali, Collector Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Quetta, that, during initial 15 days of October FY17-18, the collectorate earned Rs330.00million of Customs Duty (CD) against the earmarked proportional target of Rs273.5million. The collector told CT that the MCC Quetta has been allocated a target of Rs547.00million as CD for the whole month of October FY17-18.
During above said period, the collectorate of Quetta collected Rs323.00million of Sales Tax against the assigned proportional target of Rs226.00million as ST from 1st to 15th of October FY17-18. The collectorate was earmarked the revenue collection target of Rs452.00million under the same head for the whole current month.
During the first 15 days of October FY17-18, the collectorate of Quetta generated Rs16.00million of Federal Excise Duty (FED) against the assigned proportional target of Rs11.00million. The collectorate of Quetta was allocated Rs22.00million as FED for the whole month of October FY17-18.
The Quetta Collectorate received Rs141.00million during initial 15 days of October FY 17-18 under the head of Withholding Tax (WHT) while it was earmarked a proportional target of Rs113.5million under the head of WHT whereas the Collectorate of Quetta was assigned Rs227.00million of WHT for the whole month of October FY17-18.