GulfHindi English Desk: Customs officials at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport have seized 2.27 kilograms of gold worth Rs. 1.37 crores. The gold was found in the luggage of a passenger who arrived from the United Arab Emirates. In another incident, 1196 grams of gold worth 72 lakhs rupees was seized from a flight arriving from Ras Al Khaimah. The gold was hidden behind a passenger seat in a paste form.
In a separate incident, a passenger who arrived from Kuwait via Dubai was also found in possession of gold. The passenger had 752 grams of gold seized from their luggage. Another passenger arriving from Sharjah had 331 grams of gold seized from their undergarments. Investigations are underway in both cases.
This recent seizure highlights the importance of strict security measures at airports to prevent smuggling of precious metals. The customs officials are working diligently to ensure the safety and security of passengers and to curb illegal activities. These incidents serve as a reminder for travelers to adhere to the rules and regulations when it comes to carrying valuable items while traveling.
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👉2.27 kgs of gold worth Rs. 1.37 crores was seized at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport
👉The accused who had the gold is reported to have come from the United Arab Emirates
👉Another flight from Ras Al Khaimah brought in 1196 grams of gold worth 72 lakhs
👉The gold was hidden behind a passenger seat in paste form
👉A passenger coming from Kuwait to Hyderabad was also found with gold
👉The passenger had 752 grams of gold
👉Another passenger coming from Sharjah had 331 grams of gold
👉Both passengers had hidden the gold in their undergarments
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