ISLAMABAD: The Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Islamabad briefed the participants of the SMC (Senior Management Course) about the import of goods at dryport while observing the clearance and examination including the court issues of the MCC Islamabad.
On 20th of March 2018, a group of officers, participating in 23rd Senior Management Course from the National Institute of Management Islamabad, visited the Custom House Islamabad. The delegation, comprising of 12 officers, were received by Zulfikar Ali Chaudry, Collector Customs of Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Islamabad.
A presentation about the customs working in general and MCC Islamabad in particular was presented by Muhammad Ishafaque, Additional Collector, Customs (HQ) Islamabad. A brief presentation was followed by question-answer session where the participants asked questions about different aspects of customs functions including revenue, automation and facilitation of trade.
Later, the group of officers, accompanied by 1st Additional Collector Ishafaque, visited the Margallah Dryport Islamabad where participants of 23rd SMC were briefed about the import of goods at dryport, and also observed the clearance and examination of the court issues. The participants appreciated the working of the customs and efforts of the collection of duties and taxes by the Model Customs Collectorate Islamabad’ procedure.
i) The tampered vehicles are disposed of as per decision of the Economic Coordination Committee No: 44/3/2006 dated 03-03-2006 (Copy enclosed).
ii) List of vehicles prepared and presented on the directions of Honorable Supreme Court is enclosed as” Annexure A “.
iii) Agreed to the extent that only one tampered vehicle has the need allocated to the serving Member Customs.
iv) Tampered vehicles disposed of to different organizations/departments/individuals is enclosed as “Annexure -“C(1)”.
v) Related to Model Customs Collectorate Faisalabad.
vi) Smuggling and tampered vehicles being used by serving and retired officers is enclosed as Annexure C”-(2)”
vii) As per Government Policy, internal and external audit–both are conducted yearly. However no para has been established.