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Customs team foils liquor smuggling bid

25 February, 2013

KARACHI: Model Customs Collectorate (MCC) Gwadar in collaboration with custom intelligence Karachi in a joint action foiled a smuggling of foreign origin liquor in open sea here on Sunday.

According to MCC official, on a tip-off, smuggling of a foreign origin liquor through a boat officials of MCC Gwadar, custom intelligence and law enforcers intercepted a boat heading from UAE and during checking, officials seized over one thousand bottles of foreign origin liquor.

He informed that the value of the seized bottles was around crores of Pakistani Rupees. He elaborated that the timely operation of MCC and custom intelligence Karachi successfully foiled the attempts of smugglers to smuggle the huge cache of liquor from abroad.

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