Governor mets Customs officials

Aizawl , 19 Oct (Zoram News): Governor Shri Hari Babu Kambhampati met officials from the Customs Division, GoI, Aizawl at the Raj Bhavan today.

Shri H. L. Songate, Asst Commissioner, Customs Division apprised the Governor of the current activities of their department within Mizoram and said that shortage of manpower and inadequacy of warehouses continued to hamper their efficiency in checking inflow of goods from across the border with Myamar and Bangladesh. 

Governor Shri Hari Babu Kambhampati met officials from the Customs Division, GoI, Aizawl at the Raj Bhavan today.
He informed the Governor that wifi connection, ICES mapping of officers and authorisation of Bank had been completed at Zokhawthar LCS, that talks were on with Postal Office, Aizawl to establish a Foreign Post Office in the near future and added that establishment of Land Customs Station at Lawngtlai Silsury could hugely help in better monitoring of border trade. 

He also said that vulnerable areas from anti smuggling point of view were the following villages under Champhai CPF jurisdiction, ie. Zokhawthar, Hnahlan, Vapar, Ngur, Zote, Tlangsam, Farkawn, Sesih, Vangchhia and Vaphai.

On his part, Governor Hari Babu Kambhampati assured the Customs officials that he would readily support them in mitigating various problems being faced by them and requested them to submit in writing any complaints they had or assistance they required.

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