Two Afghan Nationals Held For Trying To Smuggle Out Medicines Worth Over Rs 1.1 Cr At Delhi Airport
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Two Afghan nationals have been apprehended by the custom-mades for apparently attempting to smuggle out medicines worth over Rs 1.1 crore at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here, officials said on Saturday. The implicated were obstructed on Thursday when they were proceeding to board a flight to Kabul. As lots of as 8 bags with medicines, valued at Rs 1.13 crore, were taken from them, they said, adding that these medications were meant for general purpose use.
- Last Updated: October 17, 2020, 17: 43 IST
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New Delhi: Two Afghan nationals have been jailed by the customizeds for supposedly trying to smuggle out medications worth over Rs 1.1 crore at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here, officials stated on Saturday. The implicated were obstructed on Thursday when they were proceeding to board a flight to Kabul. As lots of as eight bags with medicines, valued at Rs 1.13 crore, were taken from them, they said, including that these medicines were meant for basic purpose usage.
The guests have actually admitted to have actually smuggled out medicines and clothing worth Rs 19 lakh during their previous visits, the officials stated.
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- First Published: October 17, 2020, 16: 55 IST
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