Miscreants were hiding 35 gold biscuits in car engine, arrested

Patna: A team of Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) and Customs has seized 35 gold biscuits from a car in Muzaffarpur, Bihar and arrested three smugglers. According to reports, the gold was brought from Myanmar and is said to be worth around Rs 3 crore. DRI said the smugglers were taking the biscuits from Assam's capital Guwahati to Banaras in UP by hiding them in a car engine box.

According to the same reports, the car was also fitted with a press sticker. The detained persons have received information about their accomplices and hideouts. The smugglers were arrested from near Gaighat Maithi toll plaza. All biscuits have foreign markings and all have a number marked starting from A-1 to C-3. According to DRI, it is a certain type of number that smugglers use to identify goods.

At the same time, DRI officials said that intelligence inputs were received that some smugglers were about to reach the district to smuggle gold biscuits from the number car of another state. Based on this tahrir, DRI and Customs department formed a team and nabbed the smugglers along with gold near the toll plaza. This is a great achievement of the DRI.

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