CBI Books 3 Customs & Central GST Officers in Gold Smuggling (Eng-Hindi)

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Bengaluru : The Central Bureau of Investigation ( CBI ) in a smuggling case, has charged three Customs & Central GST officials based in Bengaluru for allegedly helping smugglers bring gold from Dubai in the form of paste.

On receiving information that Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) officials had intercepted six international passengers who were handing over smuggled gold to some receivers, the CBI started investigation on the same and found that the gold was being smuggled in the form of paste, which was hidden in the waist belt by the couriers.

On October 14, 2018, six carriers brought 11 kilogram gold costing Rs.3.67 crore which was seized by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) officials, the agency alleged.

“It is learnt that the smugglers convert gold into powdered form and thereafter mix the gold with some substances and make it into a compound which physically will be in the form of a paste. The paste is hidden in the waist belt worn by the carriers,” the agency alleged.

It is alleged that Rajnish Kumar Saroh, Superintendent of Customs & Central GST; Sudarshan Kumar, Inspector Customs at Kempegowda International Airport Limited, Bengaluru; and Shiv Kumar Meena, Inspector Customs, Air Intelligence Unit at the airport were hand in gloves with the people involved in the smuggling allowing them to go scot free.

A criminal conspiracy was committed by Rajnish Kumar Saroh with the smugglers based in west Asia to let passengers bringing gold come out of the Customs checking zone without any trouble, the agency alleged.

The officials were working in collusion with NT Jamsheer, who is the owner of Best Way Super Market in Bengaluru and was in contact with various smugglers and investors located in Dubai, the agency alleged.

Rajnish Kumar Saroh used to receive Rs. 75,000 from Jamsheer while Rs. 15,000 was being paid to Sudarshan Kumar and Meena for each courier, the agency alleged.

The smugglers selected passengers who were not in the suspect list and their details were sent in advance to Jamsheer who passed them on to Rajnish Kumar Saroh, it said.

He allegedly checked customs database and intimated Jamsheer if selected couriers were in the list of suspects or not, the CBI alleged.

तस्करी में मदद के लिए कस्टम एवं सेंट्रल जीएसटी अधिकारियों के खिलाफ मामला दर्ज

बेंगलुरु : सीबीआई ने दुबई से पेस्ट के रूप में सोना लाने में तस्करों की मदद के लिए बेंगलुरू के तीन कस्टम एवं सेंट्रल जीएसटी अधिकारियों के खिलाफ मामला दर्ज किया है । एजेंसी को सूचना मिली थी कि डीआरआई अधिकारियों ने छह अंतरराष्ट्रीय यात्रियों को पकड़ा जिन्होंने कुछ लोगों को तस्करी का सोना सौंपे।

एजेंसी ने बताया कि छानबीन के दौरान पता चला कि पेस्ट के रूप में सोना की तस्करी की गयी। इसे बेल्ट में छिपा कर रखा गया था। सीबीआई ने आरोप लगाया है कि डीआरआई अधिकारियों ने 14 अक्टूबर 2018 को छह लोगों द्वारा लाए गए 3.67 करोड़ के 11 किलोग्राम सोना की जब्ती की।

एजेंसी ने आरोप लगाया कि पता चला कि तस्करों ने सोना को पाउडर में बदल डाला और इसे कुछ अन्य चीजों के साथ मिक्स कर डाला।

आरोप है कि कस्टम एवं सेंट्रल जीएसटी अधीक्षक रजनीश कुमार सरोह, केंपेगौडा अंतरराष्ट्रीय एयरपोर्ट लिमिटेड पर तत्कालीन कस्टम इंस्पेक्टर सुदर्शन कुमार, कस्टम एयर इंटेलिजेंस यूनिट के इंस्पेक्टर शिव कुमार मीणा ने इन लोगों को तस्करी का सामान ले जाने में मदद की।

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