Mumbai, 26 April (Hindustan). The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) team has recovered 16.36 kg of gold at the Mumbai airport, the value of which is said to be Rs 10.16 crore. DRI has arrested 18 Sudanese women including one Indian national. All of them were bringing gold in the form of paste from UAE to Mumbai.
On April 24, the DRI team received a tip-off about gold paste being brought on a large scale from UAE to Mumbai airport. After this, the DRI team monitored the Mumbai airport. As soon as all these passengers got down from three different flights at Mumbai airport, the DRI team deployed there searched all of them. Meanwhile, the DRI team recovered 16.36 kg of gold paste kept hidden in the luggage of 18 Sudanese women and one Indian passenger. The price of this gold paste has been estimated at Rs 10.16 crore in the international market. The DRI team is trying to get information about the main smuggler from all the accused.
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