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Quetta Customs seizes non-duty paid goods worth Rs 10.23m during 15 days of September

Quetta Customs seizes non-duty paid goods worth Rs 10.23m during 15 days of September

QUETTA: Directorate of Customs Intelligence and Investigations Quetta expedited its efforts to thwart any attempt of smuggling. The Collectorate seized smuggled items worth Rs10.23 million in 15 days of September.

Sources told Customs Today that confiscated goods included commercial molding machines, commercial generators, Iranian juices, Iranian grease , hashish, plastic powder,  computer accessories, Iranian diesel, brake oil, plastic dana and other items.

Sources told that Director Customs Intelligence and Investigations Quetta Arfan Javed  received a tip-off that some smugglers are trying to smuggle hashish and different items include dish antena receivers, different kinds of Indian silk fabrics, non duty paid imported juicer blenders, and portable hard drive  from Quetta to Karachi..

He immediately constituted a raiding team. The team enhanced the vigilance in the Bar area and started a searching operation on Highway Road. During searching the team intercepted the truck bearing registration number BLS-322 which was heading towards Karachi.

During checking, custom officers recovered 20 kilogram hashish, in 1 kg packets, 50 imported dish antenna receivers, 5 thousand meters Indian silk fabrics, 50 imported non duty paid juicer blender, and 100 port able 180 GB Hard drive.

The team seized all items worth Rs 3.2. Sources said two persons include truck driver arrested in this raid and launch FIR against smugglers.

Source said Director Customs Intelligence and Investigations Quetta Irfan Javed are doing daily meeting from team members and giving the instructions about stop smuggling, source said Irfan Javed appreciated to anti smuggling team on wonderful performance.