Kasargod: Man arrested with 1.3 kilo smuggled gold at railway station

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (MS)

Kasargod, Feb 4: Customs team arrested Mohammed Fahis (34), a resident of Cherkala Citizen Nagar, who had arrived on train to the railway station for possessing 1.3 kilo of gold.

Customs superintendent of Kasargod customs unit P T Rajeev had got a tip off about the gold that is being transported in the train. Accordingly, Rajeev along with three other customs officers, laid a trap and arrested Fahis and recovered gold worth Rs 74 lac.

The gold was being smuggled concealing it inside the motor of a bread roast making machine.





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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    gold smuggling is a form of funding terror / illegal activity.... people holed up in gulf countries are funding terror / drugs business in India through indo-somalians....

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  • g m hegde, mumbai

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Jab kismat hi ***** to kya kare pandu par jab pandu hi **** to kya kare kismat

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Adanis Gold ...

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  • Mahinder, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Results of no unsettling 40% commission to the respectful authorities.

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  • Charan, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Pinni goberment.... Yatha raja tatha prajaa...

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  • Rajesh, Udupi

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    one more.. India or worldover.. -98%

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  • SB, Mlore

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Whether railway station or airport, some crimes are patented by ome clan. A day doesent pass for them without indulging or getting caught in crime. This just proves the point the problem is in foundation itself.

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  • Sameer, Riyadh

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Some do 'palayan' from India without getting caught... Among the prominent names are Vijay Mallya, who owes Rs9,000 crore to a group of banks; Nirav Modi, his wife Ami Modi, brother Neeshal Modi and uncle Mehul Choksi, named in the Rs12,636 crore fraud at Punjab National Bank; Jatin Mehta of Winsome Diamonds, who owes Rs7,000 crore; former Indian Premier League chief Lalit Modi, accused of siphoning off Rs125 crore from the country’s cricket board; and Sterling Biotech Ltd directors Chetan Jayantilal Sandesara and Nitin Jayantilal Sandesara for alleged bank fraud of Rs5,000 crore. ABG Shipyard Rishi Agarwal 22500 Crore fraud. The lesser-known names include Ashish Jobanputra, promoter of Mumbai-based textile export firm ABC Cotspin Pvt. Ltd, and his wife in a bill discounting scam of Rs770 crore and for causing losses to banks; diamond trader Ritesh Jain for illegally taking Rs1,500 crore out of the country; Surender Singh, Angad Singh and Harsahib Singh for cheating and criminal conspiracy; Sabhya Seth for a fraud of Rs390 crore against Oriental Bank of Commerce; and Sanjay Bhandari for alleged tax evasion of Rs150 crore. Nilesh Parekh of Shree Ganesh Jewellery House, accused of a Rs2,223 crore bank fraud, Sanjay Bhandari and many more. Yahan toh foundation ke DNA mein problem hai. 🤣🤣🤣

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    only becoz the customs official got some tip off, he could foil the bid...ijjerda mukul 40% gethond araamad uppuver..

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