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Multan Customs I&I generates Rs10.30m through auction of confiscated goods & vehicles

Multan Customs I&I generates Rs10.30m through auction of confiscated goods & vehicles

MULTAN: Directorate of Customs Intelligence and Investigation generated Rs10.30 million through auction of confiscated goods and vehicles .

According to the details, Directorate of Customs Intelligence and Investigation conducted auction of confiscated goods and vehicles lying in the warehouse of Customs Intelligence. Auction was held in the Customs Intelligence and Investigation Multan office located at the Rajapur near Khanewal Road.

There were large number of people who participated in the bidding of vehicles and goods. Customs Intelligence offered 11 different lots including vehicles and goods in the auction. Presented vehicles includes Toyota Premio, Suzuki Jimny jeep, Honda Civic , Suzuki Alto ,Toyota Fielder, Jimny Wide jeep, Suzuki Sierra Jeep, Toyota Vitz , Toyota Corolla X ,Toyota Land Cruiser and others of different models.

Customs Intelligence successfully sold out 10 impounded vehicles during public auction in Rs10.1 million while remaining two vehicles were rejected in the auction due to fewer bids offered from their average price.

Directorate of Customs Intelligence and Investigation also offered four lots of miscellaneous goods in the auction including bed sheet cloth, new HTV tyres, tubeless tyres, Hydro carbon resin, Vatika hair oil, cosmetics products and others.

Customs Intelligence and Investigation has sold out shampoo, lotion and shaving kits in Rs20,000 during the auction of miscellaneous goods .The net amount generated from the auction of goods and vehicles were Rs10.30 million.

Deputy Director Customs Intelligence and Investigation Khial Muhammad Khan has supervised the whole auction process of confiscated vehicles and goods along with Inspector Malik Muhammad Nasir.