Customs seized goods worth more than Rs58b



Staff Reporter

During the financial year 2020-21, Pakistan Customs, under the leadership of the Member Customs (Operations) contributed significantly towards revenue collection and devised a strategy for counter smuggling and enforcement.

All the field formations of Customs Enforcement executed the vision with sheer commitment and hard work.

Resultantly, during the anti-smuggling operations in the country, goods worth more than Rs58 billion were seized.

The Collectorate of Customs Enforcement, Lahore, utilized the services of its young officers and material resources, to play a vital role in implementation of FBR’s vision.

During the course of various anti-smuggling operations on roads and at storage places inside and outside city limits of Lahore the Collectorate made seizures of POL products, cloth, cigarettes, auto parts, betel nuts, skimmed milk, welding rods, tires, luxury vehicles etc.

worth more than Rs. 4.2 billion. Crossing the milestone of Rs. 4 billion is a record in the history of Enforcement Collectorate, Lahore.

Moreover, the Collectorate realized more than Rs. 530 million from auctions and duty/taxes on disposal of confiscated goods.



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