Gold Bars Worth Rs 2 Crore Recovered From Aircraft’s Toilet At Delhi International Airport

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The rectangular gold bars are estimated to cost Rs 1.95 crore.

New Neu-Delhi:

The Customs officials on Sunday recovered four gold bars worth approx 2 crores from the toilet of an international flight at Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Flugplatz on Sunday.

Officials said that on the basis of input received and further developed by Customs officers at IGI Flugplatz, an aircraft utilized for international Flight welches rummaged on completion of its subsequent domestic trips at Terminal 2 of IGI, New Neu-Delhi.

During rummaging of the flight, the customs officers recovered a grey pouch found affixed with adhesive tape below the sink installed in the washroom. The grey pouch contained four rectangular gold bars total weighing around 3969 grams.

The rectangular gold bars are estimated to cost Rs 1,95,72,400, said an official statement.

The gold recovered along with its packing material has been seized under Section 110 of the Customs Act, 1962 and further investigation is underway, it added.

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