CISF detected 1,14,600 USDs worth approximately INR 86 lakh at IGI Airport, New Delhi

By Sarkaritel October 8, 2021 17:38

New Delhi, 08.10.2021: On 07.10.2021 at about 1540 hrs, on the basis of behaviour detection, CISF surveillance & intelligence staff of IGI Airport noticed suspicious activities of two foreign passengers while entering the departure building of T-3 IGI Airport, New Delhi. On suspicion, both were taken to the random checking point for thorough checking of their luggage. During x-ray screening of their bags, CISF personnel noticed suspicious image of currency notes inside their hand bags.

They were later identified as Ummatov Sherzod (Uzbek National) & Sayfullaev Sardor (Uzbek National), who were supposed to travel to Sharjah by Air Arabia airlines flight No.G9-466 (STD 1835 hrs). Thereafter, they were allowed to go for check-in & immigration formalities, but they were kept under close watch through electronic and physical surveillance. After completing immigration formalities, they approached at Security Hold Area (SHA) for Pre-embarkation Security Check (PESC).

During PESC, their bags were screened and selected for physical check. On physical/thorough checking of their bags, huge amount of foreign currency {19,200 USDs (192X100) from the hand baggage of Ummatov Sherzod and 95,400 USDs (954X100) from the hand baggage of Sayfullaev Sardor} total 1,14,600 USDs were found concealed under the clothes inside their bags. On enquiry, they could not produce any valid documents for carrying huge amount of foreign currency. Senior Officers of CISF and Customs Officials were informed.

On arrival of Customs Officials, both the foreign passengers along with recovered high volume of foreign currency worth approximately INR 86 lakh were handed over to them for further action in the matter.

By Sarkaritel October 8, 2021 17:38

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