MCC Gwadar recovers smuggled goods from a passenger bus

GWADAR: Customs Gwadar in a joint operation with FC 132 Wing Kalat Scouts seized large quantity of smuggled goods worth Rs9.66 million.

On the instructions of Chief Collector Balochistan Gul Rehman, Collector Gwadar is making all out efforts against smuggling.

In a joint operation Mobile Squad Khurkhera and FC 132 Wing Kalat Scouts seized miscellaneous goods from a bus/coach including confectionary, auto parts, blankets and garments.

On the instructions of Collector Dr. Tahir Qureshi, Additional Collector Ghulam Hyder Mahesar and AC Preventive Ali Haider Moosani have tightened the vigilance on the traffic as smuggled goods are transported through various routes to inner cities.

Pakistan Customs has fully activated the Gwadar Collectorate, and Collector Tahir Qureshi has setup his office in Gwadar instead of Gaddani station as always.

Chief Collector Gul Rehman is monitoring the reorganization of the Gwadar, as vessels have started to coming to Gwadar port.

Pakistan Customs is working towards realising the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan for transforming Gwadar into an international transit trade hub and facilitate trade through Gwadar Port.

The FBR has already notified International Transshipment Rules vide SRO 218/2020. A dedicated Directorate of Transit Trade has also been established at Gwadar to work closely with the stakeholders and transform Gwadar into a transit trade hub.

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