Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Man held at IGI airport for smuggling gold worth Rs 48 lakh concealed in electric iron

A passenger has been arrested at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport Terminal-3 under section 104 of the customs act (1962) for smuggling gold bar weighing 1,280 grams.
The passenger, who had arrived at IGI T-3 from Dubai on October 14, 2019, was intercepted after he had crossed the green channel. After a detailed personal and baggage search, it was found that he was possessing one piece of silver-coated filament shaped gold bar, Dr Amandeep Singh, additional commissioner of customs, IGI Airport said in a press statement.
The gold bar weighing 1,280 grams is having a market value of approximately Rs 48,46,208. The bar was concealed in an electric iron.
16/10/19 Shashwat Bhandari/DNA
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