The recuperated gold is of 24 carats. Their absolute weight is 41.49 kg, whose market esteem is around Rs 21.22 crore.
Gold worth Rs 21.22 crore has been recuperated on the Indo-Bangladesh line. Based on earlier data, Border Security Force staff were at that point positioned there. At the point when the bootleggers confronted the BSF in North 24 Parganas of West Bengal, they previously decided to battle with the troopers, however when the warriors pushed ahead, they took off. As indicated by BSF, 7-8 bootleggers hopped into the waterway avoiding the jawans.
BSF got privileged data
The Border Security Force (BSF) said that they had gotten data that some action was happening along the boundary. There was data about the presence of runners in the boundary station Gunarmath area of North 24 Parganas region. 158 Battalion of BSF initiated the company. Troops recuperated 5 sacks, which contained 321 gold rolls. Four gold bars, 1 gold coin, a nation boat, 4 cell phones, it were likewise recuperated to pack things and Bangladeshi papers.
41.49 kg of 24 carat gold has been recuperated
BSF has said that the recuperated gold is of 24 carat. Their absolute weight is 41.49 kg, whose market esteem is around Rs 21.22 crore. It has been told by BSF that brushing activity is being directed looking for bootleggers. BSF has said that this is the biggest transfer of gold recuperated by any organization on the Indo-Bangladesh line.
Watch group saw runners crossing the boundary
It has been told by the Border Security Force that the watch group saw 7-8 thought runners crossing the worldwide boundary. Every one of the dealers had entered the Indian boundary on a nation boat through the Ichhamati stream. The runners attempted to battle and stand up to the BSF jawans, yet when the warriors pushed ahead, the dealers pulled out. Every one of the dealers hopped into the stream and got back to Bangladesh.