101st Day Of Lockdown

Maharashtra1929901046878376 Tamil Nadu102721583781385 Delhi92175630072864 Gujarat34686249411905 Uttar Pradesh2579717597749 West Bengal2048813571717 Karnataka197108807293 Rajasthan1878515043435 Telangana185709069275 Andhra Pradesh169347632206 Haryana1550911019251 Madhya Pradesh1410610815589 Bihar10911821184 Assam8956583212 Jammu and Kashmir76954856105 Odisha7316535333 Punjab56683989149 Kerala4594243626 Uttarakhand2791190937 Chhatisgarh2339193713 Jharkhand2339160512 Tripura140110931 Manipur13166390 Goa11984783 Himachal Pradesh9796179 Puducherry73930112 Nagaland5351820 Chandigarh4463676 Arunachal Pradesh182601 Mizoram1601230 Sikkim101520 Meghalaya50421
Nation Crime 18 May 2019 Chennai: 24 flight p ...

Chennai: 24 flight passengers held for smuggling gold

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published May 18, 2019, 2:08 am IST
Updated May 18, 2019, 2:08 am IST
A total of 6 kg gold valued at Rs 2 crore was recovered by heat treatment in all the above cases and the same seized under the Customs Act 1962.
Four passengers identified as Feroz Khan (24) of Chennai, Syed Sikandar (26) of Virudhunagar, Mohamed Munas (46) and Jawseer (44) both from  Colombo, who landed from Colombo by an Indigo Airlines flight were stopped. Gold pieces concealed in their rectum were seized.  AIU officers intercepted Sulthan Syed Ibrahim
 Four passengers identified as Feroz Khan (24) of Chennai, Syed Sikandar (26) of Virudhunagar, Mohamed Munas (46) and Jawseer (44) both from Colombo, who landed from Colombo by an Indigo Airlines flight were stopped. Gold pieces concealed in their rectum were seized. AIU officers intercepted Sulthan Syed Ibrahim

Chennai: Customs staff at the Chennai international airport intercepted as many as twenty-four air passengers and recovered six kilograms of gold valued at Rs 2 crores from them.

On Friday morning, three passengers Jiyavul Hug (25)  Syed Malungu (29)  both from Ramanathapuram, and Mohammed Khalifathullah (41)  of Chennai, who had arrived from Colombo by a Sri Lankan Airlines flight were intercepted and checked. Later two more passengers, Shiva (31) of Villupuram and Farzana Begum Tajuddin (46) of Mumbai, who had arrived from Dubai by an Indigo Airlines flight were also intercepted on suspicion of carrying gold. A personal search was made and officials found gold concealed in their rectum.

 

Four passengers identified as Feroz Khan (24) of Chennai, Syed Sikandar (26) of Virudhunagar, Mohamed Munas (46) and Jawseer (44) both from  Colombo, who landed from Colombo by an Indigo Airlines flight were stopped. Gold pieces concealed in their rectum were seized.

AIU officers intercepted Sulthan Syed Ibrahim (39) Viswanathan (48) and ten more passengers, all hailing from Ramanathapuram and  Kalandhar Sahul Hameed (21)  of Pudukkottai and Imam Babu (40)and Faith Rahman (35)  both  hailing from Chennai, who arrived from Colombo by a Spice Jet flight at the exit of the customs arrival hall, on suspicion of carrying gold  concealed in their person. On examination gold in a rubbery spread was found concealed in their rectum and recovered.

A total of 6 kg gold valued at Rs 2 crore was recovered by heat treatment in all the above cases and the same seized under the Customs Act 1962.

All were detained and an investigation is on.

...




ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT