14kg gold seized by DRI officials in West Bengal

Guwahati/ 15th November’2017 (Prag News Desk): At least four people were arrested for carrying gold biscuits by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence officials in  West Bengal on Tuesday. The four persons were hailing from Manipur and were carrying 14kg gold valued of Rs 4.24 crore. They were arrested by Bandel Railway station where the DRI officials maintained strict surveillance from where the accused could not able to survive successfully. The arrested were the gold smugglers who were carrying gold from Myanmar by crossing the northeastern states. According to further investigations by DRI they reach Guwahati City from Imphal by car from where they took train. This is one of the biggest foreign-origin gold smuggled seized by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence officials in India.

 

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