Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Customs book duo for smuggling Rs 20 lakh worth gold at Delhi airport

New Delhi: Two Indian nationals, who arrived at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport on September 13, were booked by customs officials for allegedly smuggling gold worth Rs 20,78,248, officials said.

According to officers of airport customs, the duo arrived at IGI airport on September 13 on a connecting flight from Riyadh via Dubai. They were intercepted after they had crossed the green channel.

On detailed personal and baggage search of the duo, one gold biscuit and two gold bars were recovered. The recovered items weighed 483 gms and were valued at Rs 20,78,248.

21/09/21 Tanseem Haider/India Today

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