Officials at Mumbai Airport cut open a bag in front of the camera to recover Rs 18-crore worth of drugs.

The accused was traveling from Zambia to Mumbai on Wednesday for a temporary business trip. Around 3.584 kilograms of heroin was confiscated from her, which was concealed in her trolley bag.

Mumbai (India): Officials said the Mumbai Air Intelligence Unit (AIU) confiscated drugs worth Rs 18 crore and apprehended a 40-year-old female passenger at the city airport on Thursday.The accused was traveling from Zambia to Mumbai on Wednesday for a temporary business trip.According to a source, around 3.584 kilograms of heroin was confiscated from her, which was concealed in her trolley bag.During interrogation, it was discovered that the passenger had previously traveled from Zambia to Addis Abba (Ethiopia) and then reached Mumbai for business purposes.The accused has been identified as Chilufya Seketi from Zambia, according to the official.