Indo-Bangladesh border: Robber arrested with gold biscuits worth over Rs 2.78 crore, know full storySUCHI News

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Gold chips and the defendant.

Gold chips and the defendant.
– Photo: Amar Ujala

BSF arrested a smuggler with forty gold biscuits along the Indo-Bangladesh border in North 24 Parganas. The value of gold is said to be more than 2.78 crores. The Public Relation Officer of South Bengal Frontier said that on Saturday evening around 6.30 in the evening, the staff of ICP Petrapole, 145 Corps under South Bengal Frontier, arrested a smuggler is a truck driver with 40 pieces of 4667 grams of gold in International. neighbors The total value of gold recovered was Rs 2,78,57,561.

According to information, the jawans were informed that a truck driver was going to smuggle gold from Bangladesh to India through ICP Petrapole as a customer. As per the instructions of the BSF officials, a search party of jawans was formed. A short time later, a suspected Bangladeshi truck entered India through ICP Petrapole. BSF investigation team stopped the vehicle for search.

In fact, the fish was brought from Bangladesh to India in a truck. The jawans searched the entire truck thoroughly. During the search, 40 gold nuggets were found at the bottom of the fish tank. The jawans immediately arrested the truck driver along with the truck and the gold and brought them to the BSF camp for further questioning. The smuggler was found to be Sushankar Das, Satkhira District, Bangladesh.


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