QUETTA: The Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Quetta received Rs664million of all duties and taxes during the 1st to 20th of July Financial Year FY2017-18.
According to details given by Collector MCC Quetta Dr. Saeed Khan Jadoon, performance of the collectorate has been excellent due to new administrative measures taken during early 20 days regarding the revenue collection under all heads.
The collector told CT that, during above said period, the Collectorate of Quetta generated Rs253.00million of Customs Duty (CD) whereas it did Rs286.00million of Sales Tax (ST). During the 1st to 20th of July FY2017-18, the MCC Quetta received Rs19.00million of Federal Excise Duty (FED) and it did Rs106.00million of With Holding Tax.
With effective measures, the MCC Quetta promoted the tax culture in the province (Balochistan) as stoppage of revenue leakage shown by outstanding revenue collection during above said period continues. He said the collectorate got record revenue collection during FY2016-17 and hoped that the record will be maintained during current financial year as well. During initial 20 days of July FY17-18, the ASO Quetta executed unprecedented anti-smuggling operations and reinforced the writ of the Customs throughout the length and breadth of the province by developing extraordinary infrastructure in terms of setting-up of customs check-posts in various parts of the province.
Collector Quetta Dr. Saeed Khan Jadoon appreciated the dedicated teamwork of the officials of the Quetta Collectorate. With the joint efforts of the Customs Quetta staff, the collectorate has achieved unprecedented success during Financial Year 2016-17.