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CISF seizes Rs 25 lakh from Delhi Metro passenger

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New Delhi, Jan 9, 2020 –

The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) seized Rs 25 lakh in cash from a passenger’s hand baggage, at the Okhla Vihar Metro Station here, on Thursday.

During the baggage X-ray screening, the CISF personnel noticed the cash in the hand baggage of a passenger, identified as Arjun Kumar,(25) resident of Rajasthan’s Sirohi district.

According to Hemendra Singh, Assistant Inspector General CISF, Arjun Kumar had revealed that he was working in a courier service agency located in Chandni Chowk, and that the amount had been collected from a businessman in Nehru Place.

Following preliminary inquiries, the passenger and the recovered Rs 25 lakh were handed over to the Income Tax officials for further action in the matter.  (Agency)

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