Kasargod : Excise officials confiscate Rs 18 lacs Hawala cash from bus passenger

Stephan Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (EP)

Kasargod, Nov 21: The Manjeshwar station excise department personnel confiscated Rs 18 lacs Hawala cash from a bus passenger here on Tuesday, November 22.

They have detained Nithin (35), a resident of Solhapur in Maharashtra in this connection. The cash was found during the inspection of a KSRTC bus running from Mangaluru to Kasargod. Nithin has said that the cash was given to him by a Maharashtra resident to be handed over to a Kasargod resident.

The cash and the suspect have been handed over to Manjeshwar police for further investigations.






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  • pinto, mangalore

    Wed, Nov 23 2022

    Govt officials and police are least bothered about ministers looting crores by 40% commissions .. and unessassary troubling thie innosent people..

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  • Mangalorean, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 22 2022

    What about cash in multiple crores given to MLAs to switch party especially during operation kamala?

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  • Observer, Mangaluru

    Tue, Nov 22 2022

    Terror funding cannot be ruled out. Grill him to find out the roots.

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  • Sarvanabhavaan, Murukaveri

    Tue, Nov 22 2022

    18 Lacs cash is not allowed ? Some people are spending more than that overnight functions! even some politicians are spending more than 2 lacs a day in a 5 star hotel when they reach Delhi

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