The Central Industrial Safety Drive (CISF) at Indira Gandhi Worldwide Airport in Delhi apprehended a passenger who was making an attempt to smuggle Rs 45 lakh of worldwide foreign money.
It was found that the passenger recognized as Murad Alam was carrying the change hidden in peanut shells, packets of cookies and different meals.
The security company shared the video of the bust they made on the microblogging web site Twitter. Within the video, workers are seen opening the peanut shells to take away the coin rolls tied along with string.
Vigilant #CISF workers apprehended one passenger, Mr. Murad Alam, carrying a excessive quantity of foreign money valued at approx. 45 lakh INR hid in peanuts, cookie packets and different edible gadgets saved in his baggage at IGI Delhi Airport. The passenger was handed over to customs. pic.twitter.com/AJgO6x4WjN
– CISF (@CISFHQrs) February 12, 2020
We additionally see cookie packages opening to indicate hollowed-out cookie items with the banknotes positioned within the center.
Even meals gadgets weren’t spared, a lump of foreign money was hidden inside a curry-like meals.
He was on his solution to Dubai when he was apprehended by security pressure personnel.
The passenger was handed over to customs.