A customs launch talked about the identify of the accused as Koppa Mammini Khalid, from Koppa in Kerala
In one more seizure of smuggled gold, officers of Mangalore Air Customs seized 737 grams of gold valued at ₹33,75,470 from a passenger at Mangaluru International Airport on Saturday.
A customs launch talked about the identify of the accused as Koppa Mammini Khalid, from Koppa in Kerala.
He was intercepted after arriving from an Air India flight from Dubai. “He tried to smuggle gold by concealing in his specifically designed inside put on. Further investigation is beneath progress,” the discharge mentioned.
The operation was led by Avinash Kiran Rongali, Deputy Commissioner, Customs. The surveillance and interception was finished by Bhomkar, Rakesh Kumar and Bikram Chakraborty, who have been all Superintendent rank officers, the discharge mentioned.