Four smugglers arrested at Delhi Airport with 4kg Gold
Four men including a South Korean were arrested in Delhi airport by the officials where they were trying to smuggle Rs. 2.6 Crore worth gold. According to the report given by the officials on Wednesday, their were three separate cases filed.
First case was the one when a person came from Seoul to Delhi, while personal and baggage checking, 4 kg of gold was found hidden in a custom-made zipper belt. The value of the gold was found out to be Rs. 1.26 Crore. The man was immediately arrested and the gold was seized.
Two men on the same day came from Dubai, while checking their personal and baggage officials again found two cylindrical gold rods and gold granules, weighing 2.6 kg worth Rs. 84.12 lakh.
Third case was filed against a man from Riyadh on Tuesday from whom the officials recovered 15 gold bars of foreign origin, weighing 1.7kg with a value of Rs. 55.29 lakh has been seized. “The total amount of gold seized is Rs. 2.65 crore”, an official said.