In India, it was found in Calcutta, 33 kgs of gold, claiming that gold is missing

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KATHMANDU – 33 kg of gold, which was lost after the group of gold smugglers ‘Chodamani Upriyie’, passed by the Tribhuvan International Airport in the last afternoon, has been found in Calcutta of India.

Confirming that 33 kg of gold from two Nepali citizens had been found in India, immediately the coordinator of the gold smuggling investigation team, Ishwaraj Poudel told the reddy, ‘The gold has been found, because the gold has been recovered from the residents of Dharan-Itahri, It is understood that ‘

Co-secretary Poudel informed that the Kolkata Police is working to hear whether the gold recovered from Hep Prasad Sharma and Rakesh Prasad along with Ramesh Prasad.

The Calcutta Police has said that the gold has been recovered on Friday 21.

So lost gold
LB Magar was the man who took over 33 kg gold airports from Dubai’s plane to handle another person.

On 20th August, the gold came to the airport, but LB did not get it. Then listen to the smuggler’s Naidu Chudamani Upreti, ‘God’, and it is said to the Old Manabaneshwar …