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CISF detects foreign currencies worth Rs 1.34 cr at IGI Airport

New Delhi, Jan 31 (UNI) In separate cases, the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has detected huge foreign currencies worth Rs 1.34 crore at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, an official statement said here on Friday.
In the first case, the CISF surveillance and intelligence staff on Thursday found USD 31,000 worth around Rs 22 lakh from the possession of two Afghan nationals, could not produce any valid documents for the same.
The accused, identified as Abdul Saboor Amiri and Zafar Mohammad Nazari, were handed over to the Custom officials for further legal action.
In another case, the airport guarding force detected 1,19,200 Euro and USD 2000 concealed in a turban of a passenger, who was later identified as Surinder Singh Seehra.
He was bound to proceed for Bangkok and could not produce any valid documents for the possession of foreign currencies worth Rs 96 lakh.
In the third case, an Indian passenger Habibullah, who was scheduled to go to Dubai, had concealed USD 8050, 3505 Kuwait Dinar, 2500 Saudi Riyal and 725 Omani Riyal, which were worth around Rs 16 lakh, in the false bottom of a hand bag.
The CISF handed over both Surinder and Habibullah, along with the recovered foreign currencies, to the Custom officials for further legal action, the CISF said in a statement here.
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