Bengaluru City Customs have seized a parcel containing 2.3 kg of MDMA tablets worth about Rs 1.20 Crore stuffed in a bag labelled as ‘Foot Massage Machine’ yesterday.
Bangalore City Customs Joint Commissioner T Parry Vallal, in a release here on Thursday, said that a parcel was seized on suspecian and on close scrutiny it was found that the banned drugs were stuffed in the pockets of the parcel bag.
Foreign Post Office, Bengaluru City Customs Commissionerate have detected 2.345 Kgs of MDMA valued at approx. Rs.1.25 Crs., concealed inside "foot massager", attempted to smuggle in to India from France. pic.twitter.com/h8gm1ZQTII— Commissioner City Customs (ICDs), Bangalore (@CommrBlrCityCus) November 12, 2020
Case was registered under National Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 1985 and under Customs Act and further investigation is in progress.