Amid travel restrictions, two Indians caught smuggling gold at Mumbai international airport
28 oct 2020
The two travellers, showing up from two separate flights, had snuck over 1.2kg of gold worth Rs 59 lakh .
Two Indians showing up from Dubai were found in possession of gold at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International (CSMI) air terminal on Monday. The two travellers showing up from two distinct flights carried over 1.2kg of gold worth Rs 59 lakh. This is the point at which the Indian government has forced limitations on global flight tasks.
Authorities of Mumbai air terminal Customs confined Farooqui Rehman after he had arrived from Dubai on GoAir's flight G8 4012 at 7.50 am. The Indian public was conveying 705 gm gold worth Rs 3,219,294. Despite the fact that the traditions authorities held onto the gold, they still couldn't seem to deliver the traveller.
This isn't the primary situation where a traveler showing up from Dubai has been gotten. On October 8, Customs got a man who showed up on a departure from Dubai. On looking through him, authorities discovered 24 carat rough gold chains and one bangle, weighing 548g, every last bit of it worth Rs 24.5 lak