QUETTA: In line with the vision of PM Imran Khan and directives of Member Customs Tariq Huda, Customs Quetta has expedited the anti-smuggling campaign and recovered large quantity of smuggled goods worth Rs50 million.
According to details, Customs staff intercepted a truck at Mani Khuwa. The driver of the vehicle presented a GD, but the goods declared in the GD and goods found in the vehicle did not match. Therefore, all the goods i.e. Iran origin electric heaters were seized.
Similarly, another vehicle was intercepted. The driver of the vehicle presented a GD, but the goods (nylon lines) did not match the GD. The goods and the vehicles have been seized.
A team, led by Assistant Collector Baz Gul and Inspector Jamil Kakar made these seizures.
In another event, Customs staff at Nautal Check Post recovered large quantity of dried grapes from a vehicle. In this case too, the smugglers attempted to get the goods through check posts on the basis of fake and forged GD. Goods and the vehicle was seized. Assistant collector Muhammad Sarfaraz and Inspector Ali Ahmed Lehri supervised this operation.
Chief collector Baluchistan Muhammad Sadiq, Collector Quetta Dr. Fareed Khan and Additional Collector Amin Afzal appreciated the Customs staff for their dedicated performance.