Visakhapatnam: The Bhubaneswar unit of Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) unearthed a major foreign gold biscuit smuggling racket, arresting two passengers in a moving train.
Through special sources, intelligence officers of DRI Bhubaneswar learnt about the smuggling and intercepted two passengers, between Rourkela and Jharsuguda around 5 pm. They were travelling in Jnaneswari Super Deluxe Express that connects two major metro cities — Kolkata and Mumbai.
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The intelligence sleuths recovered foreign gold biscuits weighing 12.932 kg worth Rs 4.99 crore from the possession of the two passengers. Further investigation is in progress, according to the team.