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Man trying to sneak out 10,000 USD in undergarments nabbed at Mangaluru airport

MANGALURU: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) team of workers on Thursday nabbed an air passenger headed for Dubai for surreptitiously looking to sneak 10,000 greenbacks in his undergarments at Mangaluru International Airport (MIA).

Hemendra Singh, assistant inspector-general, public family members officer, CISF in a communication here named the passenger as Abdul Hameed Kodiyama, who was booked to go back and forth to Dubai by means of an Air India Express flight.

The incident got here to mild when CISF sub-inspector Rakesh Kumar Mahawar spotted some suspicious item hid underneath the clothing of Abdul Hameed at about 8.10am during pre-embarkation safety check at the international safety grasp house of MIA. CISF who took Hameed to a separate position in SHA for thorough seek recovered two bundles of US greenbacks consisting of 5000 USD each from his ownership.

The CISF team of workers handed over the passenger at the side of recovered foreign currency echange (10000 USD value approximately Rs 7 lakh) to Customs officers for additional important motion in the matter. Sources aware about the recovery of the quantity, not prepared to be named, told NewsTread that the senior CISF officers have announced a cash award of Rs 2000 to Rakesh Kumar for his alacrity and the officer is eligible for praise for Customs department as neatly.

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