KARACHI: Government has announced a special compensation package and a gallantry award for martyred Customs officer Deputy Collector Abdul Qudoos Sheikh. Moreover, FBR has approved revision of CPF Rules, allowing Rs10 million for BS 17-18 officers who die in the line of duty and other perks. The Customs Officers Association had meeting with Member Customs and Chairman FBR. Chairman assured the association that family of the deceased officer will be looked after by government funding and he will take all the steps for morale boosting of the service. He also assured to increase capacity of department in anti smuggling, besides ensuring support from other Leas. Member Customs has approved 36 salaries reward for the martyred officer immediately. Shahadat Package for the family is being processed, besides residence and vehicle for his family. Highest levels have been sensitised about the gravity of incident and its impact, so all the fraternity is assured that every possible thing is being done. It was known, that FBR is not satisfied with investigation in the murder case of Deputy Collector Abdul Qudoos, after reports appeared that the murder accused Haji Sadiq Sanjrani, an Afghan national involved in several heinous crimes, is being given VIP protocol by the local police. Sanjrani is a notorious smuggler and criminal who has established a smuggling network across the country. Sanjrani has also links with senior officers in Customs and law enforcement agencies. Sources said, Haji Sadiq Sanjrani will be shifted to Islamabad so that investigation could be conducted in a transparent manner. Just after Prime Minister Imran Khan ordered culmination of smuggling, Sanjrani's associates attacked a Civil Servant of Pakistan (CSP), which tantamounts an open challenge to the state's writ, and yet the Police is treating smuggler/criminal like a VIP.