BSF seizes 3 kg narcotics dropped by Pak drone in Amritsar
CHANDIGARH: The Border Safety Pressure (BSF) on Saturday stated it seized three-kg narcotics dropped by a drone from Pakistan in Punjab’s Amritsar district.
“On April 15 at about 3.21 a.m., BSF troops deployed at border heard buzzing sound of a suspected flying object (drone) coming into from Pakistan into Indian territory within the space close to Mullakot village in Amritsar district,” the BSF stated in a press release.
“As per the laid down drill, troops instantly reacted and fired on the intruding drone. The troops deployed in depth space additionally heard the sound of drone and dropping of one thing within the wheat fields of Bachiwind village,” it added.
The BSF additional stated that in search of the realm, the troops recovered one huge bag containing three packets of narcotics, suspected to be heroin, of the gross weight 3.2 kg.
One iron ring and a luminous strip had been additionally discovered hooked up with the consignment, it added.