New Delhi [India], Mar 14 (ANI): The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) on Wednesday apprehended a passenger illegally carrying foreign currency worth Rs 10,97,620 at Indira Gandhi International Airport here. Also Read - Indian Expat Wins Over USD 3 Million in Raffle Draw in Abu Dhabi

The foreign currency in different denominations was seized at Terminal-3 of the airport during a pre-embarkation security check (frisking) when CISF Assistant Sub-Inspector Md. R. Hussain noticed some stuff under the clothes of the passenger which appeared to be suspicious, an official statement read. Also Read - Customs Official Picks up Passenger's Slipper to Help Him, Finds Gold Paste Worth Rs 12 Lakh Hidden Inside | Watch

Passenger Fahad Mohammad was then taken for pat-down search during which the foreign currency – Riyals, Euros, Dirhams, and Rupees – concealed under his clothes were recovered. Also Read - Neha Kakkar, Rohanpreet Singh Kiss Under The Moonlight During Their Dubai Honeymoon, Pictures Go Viral

The passenger, en route to Dubai, was handed over to the customs officials for further legal action.(ANI)

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