DRI busts international foreign money racket, over Rs 1.5 crore seized
Amritsar, November 14
The Directorate of Income Intelligence (DRI) has foiled two separate makes an attempt of smuggling international foreign money value Rs 1.52 crore by Indian residents whereas they have been to board flights to flee overseas from Amritsar and Chandigarh airports.
Performing on a tip-off, the DRI took motion on the instructions of Further Director Basic of the directorate Nitin Saini on November 12. The suspects have been arrested and despatched to jail underneath judicial custody.
In keeping with sources, first suspect, who was nabbed at Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee Worldwide Airport right here, was carrying international foreign money value Rs 1.08 crore.
After questioning, he revealed about one other particular person, who was to board flight from Chandigarh Worldwide Airport with international foreign money. Instantly, he too, was intercepted and the DRI workforce seized international foreign money value Rs 44 lakh hid in his luggage having particular cavities. Each have been to fly to the UAE carrying the undisclosed foreign money illegally of their luggage having particular cavities.