Hyderabad Customs shared a video clip that presentations an professional eliminating gold beads from a burqa.
A passenger used to be booked by means of Customs officers at Rajiv Gandhi World Airport in Hyderabad on fees of gold smuggling on Sunday (27 February). The male passenger used to be seeking to smuggle 350 grams of gold worth round Rs 18.18 lakh. He arrived in Hyderabad by means of flight quantity – FZ-439 from Dubai.
The accused passenger hid the dear steel as beads stitched onto burqas. As according to the Customs Division, the yellow steel used to be hid in masses of beads that have been stitched onto burqas.
Hyderabad Customs shared a video clip that presentations an professional eliminating gold beads from a burqa. “On 27.02.22, Hyderabad Customs booked a case of smuggling of gold valued Rs.18.18 lakh weighing 350.00 grams towards a passenger who arrived from Dubai by means of Flight No.FZ-439. Pax hid gold in beads shape which have been stitched to burqas,” the Customs Division wrote in the caption whilst sharing the 27-second video.
Watch the video right here:
Since being shared on Twitter, the video clip has garnered over 7,100 perspectives. In a follow-up tweet, the Customs Division knowledgeable that the male passenger hid the gold within his checked-in baggage.
A case of gold smuggling has been filed towards the passenger and extra investigation is underway.
The male pax had hid the gold within his check-in luggage.
— Hyderabad Customs (@hydcus) March 1, 2022
This isn’t the primary distinctive strive of gold smuggling that has been busted by means of the Customs Division at Hyderabad Airport.
In January, officers of Customs Division arrested a passenger who used to be seeking to smuggle 970 grams of gold worth round Rs 47.55 lakh. The gold in paste shape used to be hid within the bandages tied to the passenger’s calves of each legs.
On 09.01.22 Hyderabad Customs booked a case for smuggling of gold towards a male pax arriving by means of Flight G9-450 from Sharjah.970 grams of gold valued at Rs. 47.55 lakhs recovered & seized. Gold in paste shape used to be hid within the bandages tied to calves of each the legs. pic.twitter.com/zdrPGTgudJ
— Hyderabad Customs (@hydcus) January 10, 2022
The in charge passenger arrived at Rajiv Gandhi World Airport from Sharjah on 9 January, 2022. He used to be travelling by means of an Air Arabia flight (G9-450).
On 21 January, 2.71 kg of gold pieces have been seized from a passenger.
On 21.01.22, Hyderabad Customs has detected and seized 2715.800 gms of gold pieces valued at Rs.1.36
Crores from a male pax who arrived by means of 6E 025 from Dubai. Gold chains and gold in paste shape have been hid within hand luggage and check-in luggage. @cbic_india @cgstcushyd pic.twitter.com/aIDzWEkEhW
— Hyderabad Customs (@hydcus) January 22, 2022
The gold pieces have been hid within hand and checked-in luggage. The pieces have been worth round 1.36 crore.