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JAMMU: Excise officials of Toll Post Lakhanpur, in the past ten days, foiled various attempts of smuggling cement into the State from neighboring state of Punjab and recovered Rs 4,83,900 as penalty from the toll evaders.
Teams of Toll Post Lakhanpur led by Excise and Taxation Officers Sandeep Gupta, Abhishake Abrol, Suresh Sharma, Amir Aiyaz Rather, Varinder Gupta Inspector Dheeraj Kumar, Sub-Inspectors Kanwaljeet Shan, Ravi Kumar, Manvinder Singh and Excise Guards Mohd Rafi, Mohammad Shakeel, Naresh Kumar, Rajesh Kumar laid Nakas in the wee hours of morning and late night hours at various points bordering Punjab State and successfully intercepted vehicles laden with cement without payment of toll. Over the years, the tax evaders have adopted different methods and ways of smuggling cement into the State but strict vigil and monitoring by excise sleuths has thwarted all their ill designs.
Talat Parvez Rohella, Excise Commissioner, J&K Government lauded the enforcement work undertaken by Toll Post Lakhanpur and personally appreciated all the team members for excellent performance.
Ashish Kumar Gupta, Deputy Excise Commissioner, Toll Post, Lakhanpur assured that these enforcement activities will continue with same zeal and enthusiasm to defeat the nefarious designs of all such evaders in the due course.
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