New Delhi, June 10: The National Investigation Agency which made a crucial arrest in connection with the Kerala Gold Smuggling case said that the accused had facilitated the smuggling through import cargo addressed to diplomats in UAE Consulate in Thiruvananthapuram.
The NIA arrested fuugitive Muhammed Mansoor P D (37), a resident of Kozhikode, following his arrival at the Calicut International Airport from Dubai. The case on hand pertains to the seizure of 30 kilograms of gold worth Rs 14.82 crore on July 5 2020 at the Air Cargo of Trivandrum International
New Delhi, July 17: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is probing the possible terror links to Kerala Gold Smuggling case. Further, the NIA suspects that there was a wide network of hawala operators involved in this case and were helping the accuse move the money, officials part of the investigation tell OneIndia.
New Delhi, July 16: Multiple raids have been carried out by the investigation agencies in connection with the Kerala Gold Smuggling case. Raids were carried out at the Kerala State IT Infrastructure Limited, which falls under the IT Department.
The raid lasted for more than an hour at the KSITL, where key accused Swapna Suresh used to work.
New Delhi, July 14: Income Tax officials are set to question the accused in the Kerala gold smuggling case. A team of the IT reached the office of the National Investigation Agency at Kochi, where the accused are lodged. They are currently in NIA custody, following an order of the court.