23.4kg gold seized from Biman plane

The Customs Intelligence and Investigation Directorate authorities recuperated exactly 200 gold bars weighing about 23.4kg from two toilets of a Bangladesh Biman Airlines flying machine at Shah Amanat International Airport in the port city yesterday.

Shahidul Islam, chief general of CIID, told newseveryday.cf

that following up on a tip off, a group of CIID led a drive at flight BG-128 of the national banner transporter toward the beginning of the day, following the departure from Abu Dhabi arrived at the air terminal around 6:00am.

"The bars were found in two boxes covered up inside the sink cupboards of two toilets in the air ship," he said.

The authority communicated doubt over the association of flight staff in the occurrence as the crates were in a bad way to the cupboards.

A cleaner and a team individual from the air ship were investigated by the CIID authorities, Shahidul stated, including that no one was captured in this association.

The caught gold bars, worth around Tk12 crore, would be kept at the Bangladesh Bank, he stated, including that a case was documented with Patenga Police Station.

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