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Customs Authorities seized foreign currency worth Rs 11 cr at Kochi Airport

All India Radio Wednesday, 13 June 2018 ()
Customs Authorities seized foreign currency worth Rs 11 cr at Kochi AirportIn a major haul, Customs Authorities seized foreign currency worth of 11 crore rupees from an Afghan national at Kochi International Airport. The Afghan national, Yousuf Muhammad Siddique was on his way to Dubai from Delhi via Kochi and was found to be in illegal possession of US dollars and Saudi Rial.
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Kochi (Kerala), Jun 14 (ANI): Foreign currency including US Dollars and Saudi Riyal, worth approximately 10 crores in Indian National Rupees, seized from an Afghanistan National by customs officials at Cochin International Airport on Wednesday night. The accused has been arrested and is questioned by...

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