PESHAWAR: The State Ware House Peshawar has generated an amount of Rs10.056million during 24 days of August for MCC Peshawar during the current Financial Year.
The sources told Customs Today on Thursday at the Customs House Peshawar that Rs6.026million Customs Duty was collected from 1st of August to 24th of August 2017-18.
The total ST received by the SWH Peshawar was Rs2.3293million whereas Rs5.903million was received by auctioning off miscellaneous goods till 24th of August FY 2017-18.
The goods impounded were sold in auction which was facilitated by Pakistan Customs at the Customs House Peshawar in which not only goods were auctioned but drugs were also destroyed.
The SWH Peshawar, situated in MCC Peshawar, also earned Rs0.7073million as A.I.T on items from August 1st till 24th of August 2017-18.
The sources said the concept of Ware House Digitization helps Customs supply goods in a better market in order to make more revenue which will indeed be spent to enhance the customs collecting tools.
The sources showed trust that new Collector Customs Gul Rehman at the Customs House Peshawar is known for zero tolerance towards the misuse of authority, and the Customs House Peshawar has been replaced by a brilliant FBR officer.
There has been Rs2.7million increase in the revenue collection as compared with Rs7.356million revenue collected from August 1 till 24th of August FY2016-2017.