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Weekly newsletter from Chairman, CBIC dated 17/06/2024

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Weekly newsletter from Chairman, CBIC dated 17/06/2024

In the weekly newsletter dated June 17, 2024, Chairman Sanjay Kumar Agarwal of the CBIC highlights the approaching Global Day in opposition to Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking on June 26. He encourages customs field formations to collaborate with community entities to elevate consciousness from June 12 to 26, emphasizing social media outreach. The publication also mentions new directions on the Aadhar Enable Biometric Attendance Procedure (AEBAS) for federal government employees. It applauds Mumbai Customs for seizing 32.69 kg of gold well worth Rs. 19.15 crores and praises DGGI Meerut for uncovering a Rs. 480 crore duty evasion involving clandestine clearance of chewing tobacco. The newsletter concludes with a tribute to the late Sh. Raj Kumar Digvijay, acknowledging his commitment and extending condolences to his family members.
Weekly e-newsletter from Chairman, CBIC dated 17/06/2024
Federal government of IndiaMinistry of FinanceDepartment of RevenueCentral Board of Oblique Taxes & Customs
17th June, 2024
DO No. 25/News Letter/CH(IC)/2024
Pricey Colleague,
As you are conscious, 26th June of every single calendar year is designated as the Worldwide Day in opposition to Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. This once-a-year observance serves to raise consciousness about the harmful results of drug abuse and illicit trafficking, while also highlighting the attempts in combating this global challenge. In line with this vital initiative, the Board has issued instructions to the Customs discipline formations to dedicate 12th to 26th June to this bring about in coordination with instructional establishments, nearby bodies, NGOs and Condition Authorities(s). I would urge the formations to wholeheartedly take part by arranging a numerous array of pursuits and strategies to elevate awareness, specifically among the the youth, and interact citizens in the mission towards drug abuse. To guarantee the achievement and impact of this fortnight-extended party, concerted endeavours are to be produced to boost these situations thoroughly by social media platforms, therefore amplifying their achieve and cultivating a better sense of collective responsibility in the direction of achieving the vision of a Nasha Mukt Bharat.
Fresh guidelines concerning the implementation of Aadhar Allow Biometric Attendance Method (AEBAS) for attendance of all Authorities workforce have been not long ago issued having be aware of the O.M. issued by the Department of Personnel 86 Training (DoP86T) for stringent checking of the attendance of the personnel. I would ask for all the officers to adhere to the guidelines in letter and spirit.
Preserving an eye in opposition to gold smuggling, Customs officers at the Mumbai Worldwide Airport, based on location profiling, seized 32.69 Kgs of Gold valued at Rs. 19.15 Crores which was concealed in the apparel and baggage of two travellers – possibly a person of the most significant gold seizures from travellers at the airport.
In a dramatic result, the suspect passengers were being apprehended soon after a chase by the Customs officers. A golden show of vigilance and swift action by the Mumbai Customs!
The officers of DGGI, Meerut Zonal Device, primarily based on certain intelligence, initiated an investigation in opposition to a manufacturing unit positioned in a distant city of western Uttar Pradesh about clandestine clearance of chewing tobacco (Khaini). Reconnaissance of the production premises and monitoring of numerous automobiles shifting in and out of the unit disclosed that these automobiles made use of e-way expenditures of other commodities as a decoy even though diverting from the declared route to unload clandestinely cleared chewing tobacco at several warehouses positioned in the Delhi NCR region. Through the search procedure at the production facility, warehouses, residential as properly as business enterprise premises of dealers, transporters and intermediaries, various incriminating information/ Kuccha data/ electronic units and many others ended up recovered aside from unaccounted dollars. The team’s initiatives have uncovered a massive evasion of obligation of just about Rs. 480 Crores. DGGI Meerut warrants an encomium for the achievements of the procedure!
With a weighty heart, I share the information of the untimely demise of our beloved colleague, Sh. Raj Kumar Digvijay. He was an officer who was fiercely hardworking, gregariously affable, and courageously impartial. The office will forever stay indebted to his extraordinary legacy and enduring spirit. As we increase our deepest condolences, we also pray that God grants his household the energy to bear this irreparable loss. Could his soul rest in peace in heaven!
Until subsequent week!
Yours sincerely,
(Sanjay Kumar Agarwal)
All Officers and Workers of the Central Board of Oblique Taxes & Customs.

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