Rs 1.48 cr cash, gold seized at Mangaluru junction railway station, one arrested


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Jan 24: The security has been beefed up throughout the state in the wake of the fast approaching Republic Day celebrations and the inter-state travelers are being monitored at the bus stands and railway stations.

During a vigilance at the Mangaluru junction railway station, police confiscated Rs 1 crore in cash and 800 grams of gold worth Rs 40 lac from a person.

The arrested accused is identified as Mahendra Singh Rao (33). He had arrived via Durando Express train from Panvel in Mumbai. He has been taken into custody and further investigations are on.

Like last year, the police are on high alert throughout the country to prevent any untoward incidents during Republic Day. In Delhi itself, more than 20, 000 police personnel have been deployed for security.

 

 

  

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  • PITU, india

    Tue, Jan 25 2022

    DONT YOU THINK THAT SOME POLITICIANS WILL HAVE MORE THAN HIM WITHOUT ANY HARDWORK?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Tue, Jan 25 2022

    Luckily he was not from the Minority ..:

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Tue, Jan 25 2022

    work of cops reduced...just term his mental and allow him to go home...if minority means immediately ISIS and al qaeda connections have to be checked...NIA needs to be called...so cops must be happy..

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  • Nawaz, Saudi

    Mon, Jan 24 2022

    Many Mumbai hoteliers originally from DK/Udupi and from a certain majority community bring loads of cash into mangalore this way...the person carrying the cash is rewarded with a small commission...Mahendra singh is only the cash carrier...money is not his

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  • Ashi, Udupi

    Mon, Jan 24 2022

    Mentally ill since name is deferent.

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  • fRANCIS, mangalore

    Mon, Jan 24 2022

    Do norco test of this smuggler. May be he is agent of sudden billionair Adani and this money is after sale of Drugs Adani has imported in Gujrat.

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  • Manav, Jeppu

    Mon, Jan 24 2022

    Manga Francis, Narco Test is done, when u have questions and to verify if the subject is telling the truth or lie....Not when u dont know the background !!!

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Mon, Jan 24 2022

    Since his name is Mahendra Singh Rao, he might not have any bad intentions. He might be carrying this money for some charity work or for donations to some charitable groups!

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  • John Tauro, M'lore

    Tue, Jan 25 2022

    Money donated for charity is tax free. What is the need to carry such huge amount of cash? I have observed even in GCC countries some prominent banks and exchange companies don’t charge commission for transfers to bank accounts of charitable organizations.

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