India Seizes 204,000 E-Cigarettes In Mundra

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The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) of India seized roughly 204,000 e-cigarettes from containers at Mundra Port valued at approximately Rs. 480 million (approximately $6.02 million).

The Indian Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) seized roughly 204,000 electronic cigarettes from cargo at the port of Mundra. This is the greatest seizure of e-cigarettes in recent days, with a market worth of around Rs 480 million (nearly $6.02 million). India prohibits the import and export of electronic cigarettes. According to DRI Ahmedabad and Surat sources, a specialized intelligence squad intercepted two cargoes. While inspecting one of the two containers, they discovered cartons containing a total of 204,000 e-cigarettes. In the second container, additional items were imported using bogus declarations.


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