CISF detects Rs 35 lakh from passenger at Delhi’s metro station

New Delhi(DL): The Central Industrial Security Enforce (CISF) sensed money amounting to INR. 35 lakh from a passenger in Delhi(DL)’s Tagore Garden Metro Station & handed over the passenger & money to the Income Tax authorities.

As per an officer press declare, on Thu. in regarding 17.30 hrs, a male passenger carrying a handbag had come in the security point of Tagore Garden metro station to gain enter into the metro system & positioned his own bag within the X-BIS machine for x-ray testing.

During this testing, a Constable of CISF observed an image of a currency note inside the bag. He immediately suspended the passenger & reported the issue to his own shift-in-charge.

On questioning, the passenger disclosed that he has been carrying about INR 35,00,000 tough money, however he failed to give any satisfactory reply for carrying such a massive number of money.

Thereafter, the passenger along-with the bag including money has been taken to Station Controller Room. He has been thereafter detected as Ajamalbhai, aged regarding 44 yrs., a native of Nanodavas, Patan, Gujrat. The issue has been reported to Sr. Officials of CISF, Delhi(DL) Metro Rail Police (DMRP), Rajouri Garden & Income Tax Authorities.

On arrival of Income Tax Authorities, the stated passenger along-with money amounting to INR. 35 lakh has been handed over to them in presence of DMRP for furthermore legal action within the issue.