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Peshawar Customs seizes  non duty paid goods worth Rs 9.5m

Peshawar Customs seizes  non duty paid goods worth Rs 9.5m

PESHAWAR: The Directorate of Intelligence and Investigation Customs confiscated NDP goods  worth Rs 9.5 million till 20th August 2017-2018.

Sources told Customs Today that I&I Wing of Customs Peshawar conducted 18 successful raids during the time and confiscated NDP items which earned millions extra revenue for national exchequer of Customs House Peshawar.

The I & I wing Customs Peshawar have confiscated 19 vehicles and goods of worth millions in 18 different raids conducted in the month of August of FY 2017-2018.

According to detail shared by Intelligence officer Yaqoob Shah said that the NDP vehicles and goods will be  auctioned which will add handsome amount of revenue to the collection of MCC Peshawar.

He added that the confiscated vehicles include Toyota Hilux Surf ,Model 2001 ,Toyota Fielder Motor Car Model 2002,Toyota Corolla, Honda City ,Toyota State Motor,Suzuki Alto,Toyota Hiace and Toyota Vitz.

The confiscated goods include polyester cloth , old and used radiator, cigarettes, Durun tyres, shocks for LTV, differential tube for LTV, Axcell with drum ,Gear Box, Chimta old and used, staring Box, AC pump, tie rods, gear leaver, driving shift, studs for LTV,  engine ada, karanti cloth, CDR 189 cartoons, UPS,HCME,HNE-1203,1000 watt inventor with charger, pad lock ,Nails 49 cartoons, suiting cloth, parda, inside cylinder, LG split air conditioners, slim LED, electronic cattle, phoenix cloth, sharp microwave, velvet cloth, complete engine without gear, Koray complete engine, Nissan complete engine and black tea.

Yaqoob said that the I&I wing auction cell through which the items will be presented for open auction will be concluded in Customs House Peshawar.

He said I&I wing committed to increase the raids in order to curb the use of smuggling and NDP goods and discourage the trade of bogus items.He said many fake cigarette manufacturing sites were closed during the current month.