Indian cricketer, Krunal Pandya, who changed into stopped at the Mumbai International Airport through the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) on Thursday over suspicion of being in possession of undisclosed gold and other valuables, whilst getting back from UAE, was launched after the DRI found some luxury watches in his luggage. The DRI exceeded the case to Airport Customs as per the ordinary exercise and referred to that the case was small for DRI standards and non-habitual type.
As according to the guidelines, male passengers touring to India from Dubai can deliver as much as only 20 grams of gold on themselves. The gold need to no longer fee greater than 50,000 rupees as a duty-unfastened allowance. On the other hand, girl passengers can carry as much as 40 grams of gold jewellery which ought to not be more than worth Rs 1 lakh INR. As in step with reports, Krunal is being questioned with the aid of the DRI officials and is being asked for the official papers for additonal valuables he is wearing.