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Mr. Muhammad Zahid

Member (Customs)


Mr. Mohammad Zahid Khokhar is one of the most outstanding and illustrious officers of Pakistan Customs Service. He started his laudable service career on 22nd Oct. 1985 and has, so far, given more than 32 years of his life to Pakistan Customs Service. He belongs to the 13th batch of Common Training Program (CTP). He is widely known and praised for his higher caliber, tireless professionalism and unbending integrity. He joined civil service after completing masters in Political Science from the University of Punjab. He attended a number of national as well as international training courses/workshops and has been to countries like China, UK, Switzerland, Philippines, Thailand and Japan. He has a varied service experience by virtue of serving at various key positions throughout the country. As Collector of Customs he served at Lahore, Sialkot, Quetta, and Faisalabad, and also served as Director Intelligence & Investigation at Karachi and Lahore. Before his current assignment, he served as Chief Collector (Enforcement) Karachi.

Pakistan Customs

Pakistan Customs is the guardian of Pakistan borders against movement of contra band goods and is facilitator of bona fide trade . It provides a major source of revenue to the Government of Pakistan in the form of taxes levied on the goods traded across the borders. It also helps to protect the domestic industry, discourage consumptions of luxury goods and stimulate development in the under -developed areas.