Two held with foreign currencies worth Rs 92.87 lakh at IGI airport
New Delhi: A 67-year-old woman and a man have been apprehended at the Delhi airport for possessing foreign currencies worth over Rs 92 lakh allegedly in an illegal manner, officials said Saturday.
They said the two passengers were bound for Dubai.
CISF personnel at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport detected some cash in the hand baggage of the woman identified as S R Verma (67) and then from her male companion R K Verma on Friday. "The foreign currencies recovered is worth Rs 92,87,070 and that includes USD 29,800, Euro 70,350 and Dirham 77, 040," a CISF official said.