FAISALABAD: The Customs Collectorate of Adjudication had adjourned the hearing of 51 seizure cases worth Rs152.63 million during the month of April 2017.
Sources told Customs Today, that Customs Adjudication Collector Mubashir Baig has adjourned the hearing of eight cases worth Rs72.235 million pertaining to the seizures of various items.
The cases were made by customs authorities. The collector directed the owners of seized goods and their counsels to conclude their arguments in next hearing.
Furthermore, Additional Collector Muhammad Saeed Asad adjourned the hearing of 15 cases worth Rs39.750 million. Most of the adjourned seizure cases were detected and registered by the Customs Intelligence and Investigation, while few cases were made by the Anti Smuggling Organization (ASO) Faisalabad.
Meanwhile, Deputy Collector Asma Hameed adjourned the hearing of 28 smuggled cases involving customs duty and taxes worth Rs41.549 million. The seizure cases pertaining to smuggled vehicles, mobile phones, base oil, tryes, tubes and auto parts were heard by the Customs Adjudication.