Hawala money haul in Mumbai

02 Jul 2013 01:40 AM

Hawala money haul in Mumbai

Updated 02 Jul 2013 01:40 AM

Four trucks carrying over 150 bags of cash and other valuables have been seized by the investigating wing of Income Tax and National Investigation Agency from outside the suburban Mumbai Central Railway Station. 47 people have detained which include seven truck drivers who have claimed innocence by saying that they only had the job to deliver it to Rajkot Ahmedabad and Vadodara via Gujarat. Income Tax Director General Swatantra Kumar said that they are conducting inquiries to find out who sent the unaccounted cash.


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