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Further investigations revealed that two more consignments were despatched by the same consignor to the same consignee through the same logistics company.

SEATTLE (Scrap Monster): The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) seized foreign origin gold bars weighing approximately 65.46 kilograms and valued at around INR 33.40 crore. According to statement issued by the Ministry of Finance, the gold was being smuggled from neighbouring countries in the North Eastern part of the country.

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The DRI acted on tips by intelligence agencies about attempts by a gang to smuggle gold from Mizoram to gold hubs in Mumbai as domestic courier consignment. Further to this, the DRI team members belonging to “Operation Gold Rush” intercepted consignment marked as containing personal goods destined to Mumbai. Upon examination, 120 pieces of foreign origin gold biscuits weighing approximately 19.93 kilogram and valued at about INR 10.18 crore were recovered and seized.

Further investigations revealed that two more consignments were despatched by the same consignor to the same consignee through the same logistics company. The second consignment was intercepted at Bihar, which contained 172 foreign origin gold bars weighing approximately 28.57 kilograms and valued at about INR 14.50 crore. Also, the third consignment, intercepted at Delhi, comprised of 102 pieces of foreign origin gold bars weighing approximately 16.96 kilograms and valued at about INR 8.69 crore, DRI officials noted.tional 





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