New Delhi, Jun 7 (PTI) The CISF on Tuesday arrested an officer working in a travel company at the Delhi Metro station with foreign currency worth Rs 2.7 crore. A senior official gave this information.
He said the person and currency have been handed over to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for further investigation.
A 48-year-old man carrying currency in his bag was stopped at around 1:20 pm by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) deployed for security duties at Punjabi Bagh West station.
The seized currency, kept in the man’s bag, is an assortment of US dollars, euros, Canadian dollars, Singapore dollars and British pounds, the official said.
The man said that he was working as an assistant manager with a travel company located in the GK-II area of the capital.
He was handed over to the ED officials as he could not clearly explain why he was carrying a huge amount of foreign currency which is roughly equivalent to Rs 2.7 crore.
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