Illegal timbers, animals, consumer goods, industrial materials, restricted chemicals, machinery parts and vehicles confiscated

The Tatmadaw column conducted an appropriate security operation in Loikaw township on 23 January and captured 33 oxen worth K26.4 million that were carried illegally. Effective action was taken under the specific Goods and Services Law.
In addition, a combined team seized 83 kilogrammes of ammonium nitrate – a restricted chemical – and related items at the Kyweku-Kyaukphya Bridge checkpoint and Kyaukphyutaung village in Myeik township. The action was taken under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Law.
On 24 January, a combined team confiscated 5,546 kilogrammes of glass bowls worth K5,008,038 and 6,000 sets of spacer devices worth K6 million that were not declared in the Import Declaration (ID) from three containers at the Myanmar Industrial Port container checkpoint. The actions were taken under Customs procedures. On 23 and 24 January, a combined team nabbed 31,120 kilogrammes of purified plastic scraps worth K39,211,200 and 600 kilogrammes of feedstuffs worth K3 million from a Nissan Diesel car and a Hino Profia car (approximately K80 million) heading from Myawady to Yangon. The action was taken under Customs procedures.
On 25 January, a total of 1.4284 tonnes of illegal teak doors worth K942,744 and the action was taken under the Forest Law.
On the same day, officials at the 16th-Mile Kyaukchaw combined checkpoint captured K50.3 million worth of electrical goods, industrial materials and machinery parts without official documents from a Nissan Diesel Tractor Head and a trailer (approximately K70 million). The action was taken under Customs procedures. An inspection team seized four unregistered cars (approximately K36 million) near Mindaunt combined checkpoint at the entrance to Monywa township, two unregistered cars (approximately K17 million) near Ohbo village in Monywa township and an unregistered car (approximately K8 million) in Shwebo township. The action was taken under the Export and Import Law.
Therefore, 19 arrests (estimated value of K359,481,982) were made on four consecutive days from 23 to 26 January, according to the Illegal Trade Eradication Steering Committee. — MNA/MKKS

Share this post
Hot News
Hot News