Customs detectives searched a Bangladesh Biman flight from Dubai to Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong and recovered six gold bars weighing approximately 10 kg. The gold was recovered on Saturday (December 16) morning on the basis of a tip-off.
Bangladesh Biman flight from Dubai
An official from the Customs Intelligence and Investigation Department said the flight was searched after the passengers disembarked. At this time gold bars were found under the two seats.
An official from the Customs Intelligence
The value of the recovered gold is about 6 crore rupees. AKM Sultan Mahmud, deputy director of the Customs Intelligence and Investigation Department, said the case was being prepared.
The value of the recovered gold is about 6
According to airport sources, gold bars were found on BG 147 flight number 16B and under the side seats. The NSI team on duty at the airport also took part in the operation along with the customs detective. During the operation, 8 gold bars weighing 9 kg 98 grams of 24 carats were recovered. The recovered gold bars were later handed over to the Customs House Airport Unit in Chittagong.