Chennai: Eight hundred grams of gold biscuits worth Rs 30 lakh were seized today from an Indian passenger who arrived from Dubai at the airport in Chennai.
BSF troops have seized gold biscuits worth Rs 32 lakh which were allegedly being smuggled from across the Indo-Bangla border in West Bengal`s Nadia district.
Security officials at the airport here have recovered gold biscuits worth Rs 27 lakh from a Chennai-bound passenger, who allegedly concealed the yellow metal in his socks.
Four gold biscuits, weighing 466 grams, were seized from a passenger`s check-in baggage at the Jaipur airport here, custom sources said on Monday.
A man was arrested at the international airport here for allegedly carrying two gold biscuits worth Rs 54 lakh.
Two men were arrested with gold biscuits weighing 30 kg Sunday, police said. They were later released on bail by a court.
A passenger was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly trying to smuggle 12 gold biscuits worth Rs 40 lakh hidden in his body cavities and clothes at Rajiv Gandhi international airport here.
A software engineer couple was arrested at Kamaraj domestic air terminal here on Friday when they tried to smuggle Rs 75 lakh worth gold biscuits.
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