Five Chinese nationals arrested by Indian Directorate of Revenue Intelligence in New Delhi

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Five Chinese nationals arrested by Indian Directorate of Revenue Intelligence in New Delhi

New Delhi: Five Chinese nationals arrested by Indian Directorate of Revenue Intelligence in New Delhi.

Indian Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) has arrested five Chinese nationals for allegedly trying to smuggle American dollars worth Rs. 3.2 crore out of India from Terminal-3 of Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport in Delhi.

DRI officials said that all the five passengers, who belong to Taiwan, were intercepted on Wednesday when they were about to depart from New Delhi to Hong-Kong by Flight No AI 310

. They confessed that they were part of a larger syndicate involved in smuggling of foreign origin gold into India and smuggling out of sale proceeds of smuggled gold (foreign currency) out of India.