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Mangaluru Customs Confiscates Gold Worth Rs1.3 Crore; Hidden Under Body

The Customs Department at Mangaluru International Airport have arrested three people and confiscated 2.8 Kg of gold worth Rs 1.3 crore, on April 7. Accused Muhamad Ashraf had hidden gold under his feet, while Rajeesh had concealed gold under his large intestine, as four capsules in compound form. Reportedly, Muhamad Kalanad an another smuggler who was arrested by the security officials through the intelligence agency inputs.

Wed, 07 Apr 2021 - 08:46 PM / by Ronit John

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