Mangaluru: Gold worth Rs 12 Lakh Seized at MIA

Mangaluru: Customs at International Airport, seized gold concealed in the form of washers attached to the inner lining of a Gray colour stroller bag, totally weighing 464 Grams of value Rs 12,20,320/- (Rupees Twelve Lakh Twenty Thousand three hundred and Twenty), here on July 12.

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The passenger Mohammed Mogral, native of Kumbla, Kasaragod Kerala, arrived at the Mangalore International Airport on July 12, by Air India Flight No IX 816 from Abu Dhabi.

Further investigation is under progress.

3 Comments

    • Original RSS Duplicate Paimaam, what a coincidence! I just mailed sympathy card to you concerning the RSS permitting production, sale and consumption of beef in BJP ruled Goa and in other places like Meghalaya, without any let or hindrance!

      LOL. This is nothing but hanging you in public by the RSS! Your pretentions about cow slaughter is nothing but a farce! Sympathies!! But smiling Sadanada of this forum would continue to smile. What a pity!

      • Did the gold-smuggling crowd force you to publish above post? It shows how you are a single-agenda person who has the same response to all topics ranging from MIA smuggling to Greece economic crisis!! Well, I feel sorry for you as you live in a sharia law abiding republic of kasaragodu!! I wonder how long you would be allowed to keep your sanaathana name!! LOL

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