BSF seizes 9 kg heroin in Punjab

BSF seizes 9 kg heroin in Punjab

CHANDIGARH: The Border Safety Drive (BSF) on Wednesday claimed to have seized 9 kg heroin near the Indo-Pakistan border in Punjab’s Amritsar district.

BSF troops deployed on the border heard the buzzing sound of a suspected flying object (drone) coming into from Pakistan into Indian territory close to Dhanoe Kalan village on Tuesday night time.

As per the laid down drill, the troops reacted to intercept the drone by firing.

Throughout subsequent searches of the world, they recovered three huge sized packets wrapped in yellow adhesive tape from the fields of Bachiwind village.

On opening of the recovered three packets, 9 small packets of contrabands suspected to be heroin of roughly 9.5 kg had been discovered.

In one other incident, the troops recovered 5 bottles on Wednesday stuffed with contraband suspected to be heroin, hid within the fields, in a scattered method, on personal aspect of a fence close to Mehandipur village in Tarn Taran district.

The gross weight of the recovered bottles contained a narcotics substance of two.638 kg.

Punjab shares a 553-km lengthy worldwide border, with a barbed wire fence, with Pakistan.

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