Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence has recouped US Dollars valued at Rs 3.21 crore from a woman group individual from a Hong Kong-bound flight at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) air terminal. The group part and provider – recognized as Amit – have both been captured and advance examination is in progress. The capture was made on the mediating night of January 7-8, 2018. The captured woman group part is related with the Jet Airways. ”During an inspection by the DRI team, a large sum of foreign currency was recovered from an employee of the airline. The employee has been taken into custody,” Jet Airways said in a statement. ”Based on the investigations and inputs from law enforcement agencies, the airline will take further action.” As per reports, the captured lady group part was a piece of an intricate plan to convey back gold to the nation in return for dark cash. Sources have revelated that the said team part was become friends with by Amit and persuaded to ship the cash. She was to get one for every penny of the aggregate cash snuck and it is learnt that in seven outings to Hong Kong over the most recent two months, has pirated $10 lakh dollars. She purportedly kept the cash in foil paper, which the scanner at the air terminal was not ready to recognize effectively.