CIU MCC Port Qasim recovers Rs20.7 million  

KARACHI: The CIU of MCC Port Qasim has effected recoveries of Rs20.7 million in June 2020. Collector Port Qasim Qadir Memon had formed committee headed by Additional Collector Mushtaq Shahani and comprising Deputy Collector Saima Butt, Assistant Collector Wardan Ali, Principal Appraiser Imran Gul, Appraising Officers Ashfaq-ur-Rehman and Shankar Lal.

The team is tasked to scrutinize the GDs being cleared through MCC Port Qasim to confirm the application of Valuation Ruling and other particulars including description, quantity, weight and classifications etc.

Subsequently, the team detected several cases of short recovery and evasion. The accused importers were given just the warning this time and recoveries were made. However, a message has been conveyed to all importers, traders and Customs agents that no leniency would be observed going forward and cases would be lodged in cases of evasion, short-payment of taxes/duty, mis-declaration etc.

A sum of Rs0.41 million was recovered from M/s Maxiple International. Their clearing agent was M/s Haji Farooq Agencies.

A sum of Rs66,000 was recovered from M/s M.R Steel Furnace. Their clearing agent was M/s Al Mustafa & Sons.

A sum of Rs0.5 million was recovered from M/s Maxiple International. Their clearing agent was M/s A.K Impex.

A sum of Rs0.41 million was recovered from M/s Maxiple International. Their clearing agent was M/s Haji Farooq Agencies.

A sum of Rs1.85 million was recovered from M/s Bashir Industry. Their clearing agent was M/s 3 Star Enterprises.

A sum of Rs3.25 million was recovered from M/s Al Fatah Steel Industry. Their clearing agent was M/s Mushatque Ali Lashari & Co.

A sum of Rs0.37 million was recovered from M/s Al-Hamd International. Their clearing agent was M/s Globe Master Cargo.

A sum of Rs9.4 million was recovered from M/s Kausar Traders and Rs3.98 million were recovered from M/s Adeel Shahbaz Steel Mills.  

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