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September 12, 2018 10:36 AM NPT
KATHMANDU, Sept 12: Nepal Police have seized different goods and materials worth amounting to Rs 120 million while being imported to Nepal evading customs.
During the period from mid-April to mid-August this year, Nepal Police confiscated the goods being imported to Nepal without paying the customs charge.
Likewise, the police collected revenue around 390 million on different headings, shared Nepal Police Spokesperson SSP Shailesh Thapa Chhetri.
In the period, Nepal Police took actions against 611,306 drivers and owners of public vehicles for defying traffic and vehicle operations related rules.
Similarly, the police arrested 158 cadres of Communist Party of Nepal (Biplav) and CK Raut Group for their involvement in different criminal activities during the period. RSS
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