Balochistan Customs seizes Rs 10 crore worth of foreign goods in ops.
As a result of the anti-smuggling operations of the Quetta Customs Intelligence Agents, the methods of smuggling have now changed.
According to officials, Customs conducted successful operations at Lakpass, Ziarat Cross and Rakhni and recovered several items from trucks used by smugglers to smuggle foreign men’s and women’s clothes, chalias, tires, parachutes, and other goods into vehicles free of charge. used to
Customs officers stopped the truck at Lakpass and seized two unpaid automobiles, women’s clothes and parachute cloth.
From a Hino Mazda, Ziarat Crossfield Enforcement Unit recovered 125 tyres.
The Rakhni Field Enforcement Unit recovered 4000 kg of chala from a six-wheeler truck.
Customs officers estimate that the value of the exported products is more than ten crore rupees.
Following anti-trafficking efforts, the techniques of trafficking have changed.
As a result of the anti-smuggling operations of the Quetta Customs Intelligence Agents, the methods of smuggling have changed.
By creating hidden compartments in passenger coaches, smugglers started transporting contraband under the guise of passengers.
Goods worth crores of rupees were confiscated from coaches carrying passengers from Quetta to other areas.
According to Customs Intelligence officials, dangerous Chinese salt and international cigarettes were also recovered along with other foreign goods. During the operations, plastic containers and other items were seized.
Officials claim that under the orders of the Director of Customs Intelligence, the Customs Intelligence staff conducts a crackdown on smuggling with the aim of eliminating smuggling from Balochistan.