Village committees set as much as maintain vigil on narcotics smuggling, drone incursions

Village committees set as much as maintain vigil on narcotics smuggling, drone incursions



Our Correspondent

Fazilka, January 15

After spurt in instances of contraband smuggling from throughout the Worldwide Border (IB), the federal government has constituted safety committees in 62 villages located close to the Indo-Pak boundary in Fazilka district.

To tell police

Members will maintain a watch on drone incursions, smuggling of narcotics and weapons. They may inform the police in case any such incident involves their discover in these border villages. Dr Senu Duggal, Deputy Commissioner, Fazilka

Retired safety personnel, representatives of panchayats, youths and outstanding residents have been included as members in these committees constituted by the Fazilka police.

Notably, Punjab Governor Banwari Lal Purohit had additionally urged the border space residents to assist safety businesses working towards any effort to destabilise the nation.

He had harassed on the necessity of public participation in curbing narco-terrorism throughout his go to to Fazilka in September 2022. He had additionally directed the state authorities to represent such committees.

The SSP, Fazilka, Bhupinder Singh Sidhu, mentioned a gathering with representatives of 52 committees had already been held. He mentioned members would additionally make border space residents privy to dreaded influence of medication and attempt to inculcate patriotism amongst them.

Notably, the restoration of about 87 kg of heroin price Rs 435 crore within the worldwide market, weapons, arms and repeated incursions of drone from the Pakistan aspect throughout final a couple of month has put the safety businesses on excessive alert.

The SSP claimed that since April 1, 2022, the Fazilka police had nabbed 385 peddlers in 253 completely different drug smuggling instances.

Moreover restoration of heroin, the police have additionally confiscated 29.680 kg of opium, 2,964 kg of poppy husk, 1,66,024 intoxicating tablets and Rs 1.48 crore drug cash from peddlers in Fazilka district throughout final 9 months.





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