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Nagaland

AR seizes gold worth Rs 2.39 crores

Dimapur, October 21: A joint operation conducted by Aizwal Battalion of 23 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of Inspector General Assam Rifles (East) in conjunction with Department of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), Aizwal on October 18 at Sihphir, Aizwal led to recovery of 47 Gold Bars weighing about 7.482 Kgs with an approximate market value of Rs 2,39,83,529.
The gold, which was hidden in the handle of a suitcase trolley, was recovered when two individuals travelling in a Tata Sumo were intercepted at a Mobile Vehicle Check Post established by the joint team. As per the initial inquiry, the apprehended persons revealed that the gold was brought to Aizawl from Myanmar and was being taken to Assam.
The apprehended individuals along with recovered gold have been handed over by Assam Rifles to DRI, Aizwal.
As part of relentless drive against smuggling of gold, weapons, drugs and contraband, Security Forces has achieved multiple successes in close cooperation with police, NGO’s and other government agencies. (Page News Service)

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