The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) seized 20 kilograms of gold worth Rs 6 crores and sourced from Australia to South Africa from New Delhi railway station on Wednesday.
The gold was seized in two different operations conducted by the DRI.
On Wednesday, an incident was carried out at New Delhi railway station on the basis of a clue. Officials stopped two passengers who arrived by train from West Bengal.
The officers found gold bars hidden in a cloth belt that the two men were wearing around their waists and recovered 10 kgs of foreign marked smuggled gold having a market value of Rs. 3.13 crores from them.
In another incident conducted on the same day, officials stopped three passengers arriving by train from West Bengal and 10.2 kgs of foreign marked smuggled gold having a market value of Rs 3.26 cr seized from them.
DRI officials said the seized gold had been smuggled into India from China, the land border with neighbouring countries.