Confiscations of illegal items; Timbers, fuel oil, motorbikes and vehicles

On 30 March, authorities seized 0.813 tonne of illegal teak valued at K92,500 in Ingapu township. This enforcement was conducted under the Forest Law.
On 31 March, combined teams overseen by the Mandalay Region Illegal Trade Eradication Special Task Force confiscated a Nissan fuel bowser (approximately valued at K55 million) carrying 400 gallons of illegal diesel, valued at K4.455 million, at the Shwegyin combined checkpoint. The action was taken under Customs procedures.
During inspections on 1 April, the combined team confiscated an unregistered Toyota Probox car (approximately valued at K4.2 million) in Dawei township, an unregistered Honda Wave motorbike (estimated value of K500,000) in Bokpyin township, and illegal timber weighing 19.76 tonnes, worth K4.414 million, in Myeik district. The action was taken under the Export and Import Law and the Forest Law.
Additionally, on 1 April, an unregistered Kenbo 125 motorbike valued at K250,000 was seized in Taze township. The action was carried out under the Export and Import Law.
The Illegal Trade Eradication Steering Committee reported that eight arrests were made over three consecutive days from 30 March to 1 April, with an estimated value of K68.9 million. — MNA/MKKS

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