ISLAMABAD: Sarwat Tahira Habib, Chief Collector North, wishes all Customs Department and business community a happier Eid-ul-Azha.
The Customs North Region, comprising four Model Customs Collectorates including MCC Islamabad, MCC Samberial, MCC Peshawar and MCC Gilgit Baltistan (GB), collected extra revenue of Rs1029million of All Duties and Taxes during the 1st of July to 25th of August Financial Year FY2017-18 against the collection of corresponding days, month and financial year FY16-17.
The North Region earned Rs4981.26million as all taxes during above said period of FY2017-18 while it did Rs3952.89million during previous period of FY16-17.
According to details given by Sarwat Tahira Habib, Chief Collector North, while talking with Customs Today during an exclusive Interview that she will celebrate Eidul-ul-Fitr at Mirpur which is her native city. She said on this auspicious event of Eid-ul-Azaha she extends her heartfelt Eid greetings to the trader community and the employees of the Customs North Region of all four Model Customs Collectorates.
In her message, the Chief Collector urged all the officials and staff members to perform their duties with devotion. She appreciated the overall performance of the officials/staff of the North Region during Fiscal Year 2016-17. She hoped that the officials/staff will work more devotedly during the next fiscal year 2017-18 also. She assured them of her full cooperation in performing their official duties.
She praised the staff of the Islamabad collectorate who, during July 1st to August 25th FY2017-18, generated Rs152.26million extra revenue under the head of all duties and taxes against the same period of FY16-17.
During one month and 25 days of FY17-18, the MCCI received Rs1911.55million under all the taxes whereas it did Rs1759.29million during the same period of last FY2016-17 under the same head.
She told CT that, during above said period of FY17-18, the MCC Peshawar collected Rs763.64 million extra revenue of all the taxes against the revenue of all duties and taxes against corresponding period of FY16-17. During a month and 25 days of FY17-18, the MCC Peshawar earned Rs2793.81 million under the above same head while it did Rs2030.17 million of all the taxes during the same period of FY16-17.
Sarwat Tahira Habib told CT that, during initial one month and 25 days of FY17-18, the Collectorate of Samberial paid less rebate of Rs56.82million against the same period of corresponding FY16-17 of all the taxes. During above period of FY17-18, Samberial paid Rs314.11million whereas it paid Rs370.93million during the first one month and 25 days of FY16-17 of all the duties and taxes.
She further told that, during July 1st to 25th of August FY17-18, the MCC GB collected extra revenue of Rs55.65million as all taxes against the same period of last FY16-17. The GB earned Rs590.01million of all taxes during above said period of FY17-18 whereas it did revenue of Rs534.36million under the same head during the corresponding period of FY2016-17.