Customs seizes expired Indian made cosmetic items

 Customs seizes expired Indian made cosmetic items

Customs seizes expired Indian made cosmetic items worth Rs320 million

ISLAMABAD(LAHORE), 05 July: Pakistan Customs in a successful action seized expired Indian-made cosmetic items worth Rs320 million in Lahore, on Monday.

As per details, the Customs Intelligence team raided a warehouse located in Lahore’s Saggiyan and seized expired Indian-made cosmetic items worth Rs320m.

Director Customs Asad Rizvi said the Custom Intelligence team followed a truck coming from Faisalabad to reach the warehouse.

Rizvi said that the expired items have been seized and the case against the owner of the warehouse has been registered.

Last week, Pakistan Customs had conducted a raid on a fake hair color-producing factory in Lahore and seized Indian tags that were being used for packing.

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