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Customs officials seize gold bar from a passenger concealed in the anal passage

Last Modified Thursday, 21 June 2018 (18:46 IST)
Bhubaneswar: The Air Intelligence wing of the  Customs of Biju Patnaik International Airport(BPIA) today seized a  gold bar  of foreign origin valued at Rs9.29 lakh from the  possession of a passenger.
Customs  sources said the person of India origin and hailing from  Delhi  arrived at the from Bangkok  on Air India flight no AI339.During the search operation  the  customs officials found  a cylindrical gold  bar wrapped with black adhesive  tapes from the  rectum of the passenger.
 
The gold bar of foreign origin  weighing  about 295.000 gms seized from the passenger who attempted to smuggled into India.Earlier also  on at least two occasions, the customs officials at the BPIA  have recovered   gold bar  of foreign origin from the passengers concealed  in the rectum in a bid to smuggled it into India.(UNI)
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