KARACHI: MCC Quetta has initiated a crackdown against smuggling of foreign origin fuel and raided several mini petrol stations selling the illegal commodity.
On the direction of FTO MCC Quetta under the supervision of collector customs Ashraf Ali initiated another crack down against illegal foreign origin mini petrol pumps in the city and suburb of Quetta such as Nawa killi and Hana uruk areas.
The Customs staff sealed number of mini petrol pumps and recovered 25000 liters diesels which market value is in millions of rupees.
Additional collector Zubair Shah, deputy collector Maqbool Baloch superintendents Maqsood Durrani Aslam Khan Inspectors Naseer Shaheen, Shahzad akhtar, jameel Kakar, ghulam Hussain Khoso, Shabir Khan, Essa Khan, Yousuf notezai, and others participated.
This crack down would continue and soon illegal showrooms housing smuggled vehicles may also be recovered.
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