Man hiding gold worth Rs 18 lakh in burqa, caught at HYD airport
Man hiding gold worth Rs 18 lakh in burqa, caught at HYD airport

Hyderabad: Customs officials at Hyderabad airport have registered a case of gold smuggling against a passenger. This man had hidden the gold in the form of beads on the burqa. On Sunday, the passenger arrived in Hyderabad from Dubai with 350 grams of gold worth around Rs 18.18 lakh. The gold was hidden in hundreds of pearls, which were mounted on the burqa.

The Hyderabad Customs shared the video on Twitter and showed a man removing gold beads from a burqa. On February 27, the Hyderabad Customs Department registered a case of gold smuggling worth Rs 18.18 lakh weighing 350 grams against a passenger from Dubai in flight number FZ-439,  while in another tweet, customs department officials shared a photograph of the beads and said that a male passenger hid the gold as part of his check-in luggage.

Let us know that the customs department at the Hyderabad airport has busted many such cases of gold smuggling. In January, authorities found gold paste worth Rs 47 lakh hidden under the straps of a passenger. Earlier, gold worth Rs 58 lakh was recovered from the possession of a woman passenger from Sudan, who had hidden the gold in her undergarments and hand baggage.

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