Customs authorities have confirmed this. Automobiles that have not been properly taxed will be seized in the Balochistan capital and along the Afghan border.
The sale of NCP automobiles by automotive dealerships will be prohibited, and action will be taken against them. It is anticipated that this crackdown will commence within the next month.
Balochistan’s customs chief collector has stated that first information reports (FIRs) will be filed against those who are in possession of autos that have not been properly taxed. The action is being carried out at the direction of the federal government and in accordance with federal ombudsman directives.
According to a Federal Bureau of Investigation officer, the value of items seized in the first seven months of current fiscal year is virtually equal to the value of commodities seized in the same period the previous year. They are estimated to be worth Rs36 billion.
According to the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) confiscated Rs11.2 billion in non-custom paid autos between July and January of this year. It was discovered that a total of Rs41 billion in illegal items had been confiscated during the period January-August 2020/2021, up from Rs22 billion in the previous year’s comparable period.