PESHAWAR: The Torkham Customs Station of the Model Customs Collectorate Peshawar has collected Rs412.42million revenue during first 17 days of current financial year, informed by Najib Anjum, Deputy Collector Customs at Torkham Customs Station, on Tuesday during a talk with Customs Today.
The Deputy Collector showed satisfaction over the revenue collection showed by Torkham Customs Station in 17 days of October during current FY and said the Torkham Customs Station will exceed the target of revenue collection during current month of October.
According to further detail, the Torkham Customs Station generated Rs130.99million CD during these days and added Rs148.04million revenue by collection of ST on items.
The Torkham Custom Station collected Rs148.63million revenue through AIT. The Torkham Customs Station made extraordinary efforts to meet the target revenue collection which resulted in collection of more revenue than the allocated target, said by Deputy Collector.
The Torkham Customs Station has been following strict directives and guidelines issued from Collector Gul Rahman at the MCC Peshawar and no effort has been spared which might add extra revenue to the exchequer of Torkham Custom’s Station during current FY.