Friday 5th March 2021

Smuggled goods seized

Published on : 14 January, 2020 7:33 am

Kathmandu – Border unit of the Armed Police Force has seized clothes worth Rs. 2.6 million being exported to India without paying the duties. The clothes had been carried in a truck and passed through the customs of Mahakali municipality in Kanchanpur.

The border outpost of APF stopped the truck with Indian registration number UP 18 CA 3891, carrying towels worth the amount. Soon after seeing the APF personnel, the driver of the truck escaped towards India, police inspector Ram Singh Bhandari said. The goods were seized at the Nepal-India bordering region.

The seized goods including the truck have been handed over to the Kanchanpur Customs Office, Gadda Chowki for necessary action.

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