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North Region again stays superior by generating Rs2557m during four months

North Region again stays superior by generating Rs2557m during four months

ISLAMABAD: The Customs North Region surpassed the allocated revenue collection target with Rs2557million against the assigned revenue target for the first four months of Financial Year 2017-18 under all the heads.

The North Region was earmarked the revenue collection target of Rs10914.32million while it earned Rs13471million during above said period.
Chief Collector Sarwat Tahira Habid informed Customs Today that she has written an appreciation letter to all the four collectorates including Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Islamabad, Peshawar, Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) and Sialkot.
She told CT that the MCC Islamabad showed 39.70% growth in collection from July to October FY17-18 against the same period of FY16-17 under all the heads. The MCC Peshawar displayed 23.97% increase in revenue collection during initial four months of FY17-18 under all the heads against the same period of FY16-17. The MCC GB posted 8.06% growth during initial four months of FY17-18 against the same period of FY16-17 under all the heads. And MCC Sialkot recorded 51.70% growth during four months of current FY17-18 against the revenue collection during the same period of FY16-17.
Sarwat Tahira further told CT that the MCC Islamabad collected Rs5384.13million during the first four months of FY17-18 under all the heads against the earmarked revenue target of Rs4108million. The MCC Peshawar received Rs7333million during initial four months of FY17-18 against the allocated target of Rs6452million. The MCC Sialkot earned Rs.-759million under all the heads against the assigned target of Rs.-1147million. And the MCC GB got Rs1513million under all the heads from July to October FY17-18 against the earmarked target of Rs1500million under all the heads.