Contraband worth 2 crore recovered, foreign origin gold seized by Assam Rifles
The man was carrying 8 gold biscuits valued at Rs 39.9 lakh in his slippers and was travelling in a bus from Moreh to Imphal
Contraband drugs estimated at Rs 2 crore was recovered by Assam Rifles Saturday, an official release said. The drugs, party pills, were found from a four-wheeler coming from the Indo-Myanmar border town of Moreh to the capital Imphal.
The vehicle was intercepted at Khudengtabi checkpost in Tengnoupal district following specific intelligence input by Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) Imphal. In another unrelated incident, "foreign origin" gold were also seized from one person.
The man was carrying 8 gold biscuits valued at Rs 39.9 lakh in his slippers and was travelling in a bus from Moreh to Imphal.
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