GAYA (Bihar): A Railway Protection Force (RPF), Gaya team of DDU division detected movement of gold jewellery weighing 378.8 grams carried by one passenger without proper documents while conducting a drive on board down in Hawarh-Jodhpur express train on Thursday, said DDU Sr DSC Jethin B.Raj
While talking to the News Root ( English edition) The team conducted checks a passager who have get down from 12307 express early this morning and was moving fast when they found the passengers carrying one bag containing the gold jewellery. During enquiry it was found that they did not have any valid documents.
Upon arrival of the train at Gaya Junction, the team brought the passenger and his bag containing gold to the RPF Post. Information was passed on to the State Commercial Tax department. The total weight of the gold was 378.8 gms and its estimated value of Rs 18,18672, added Sr DSC of DDU.
According to RPF Inspector Ajay Prakash a person was seen speeding in a suspicious state after getting down from 12307 Howrah Jodhpur Express here on Thrusday morning and on the basis of suspicion, the team of RPF Gaya was stopped over the middle over bridge of Gaya.
On asking his address, and name he informed that his name is Pankaj Kumar Verma father's name Indradev Prasad address Takia station road under Warsaliganj ps in district Nawada and 378.81 grams of gold jewelery was found from the bag near him, about which no valid certificate was presented, added Inspector RPF.
The estimated value of the recovered gold jewelery is ₹ 19,18,672.