Punjab: BSF foils attempt to smuggle contraband, recovers heroin worth Rs 22.65 crore
By acting on a specific input, the troops of 66 Battalion BSF seized 3.775 kgs of heroin worth Rs 22.65 crores. Read more on Dynamite News:
Chandigarh: The Border Security Force (BSF) foiled an attempt by Pakistan-based smugglers to smuggle heroin worth Rs 22.65 crores in Jhangad Bhaini village of Fazilka.
By acting on a specific input, the troops of 66 Battalion BSF seized 3.775 kgs of heroin worth Rs 22.65 crores by conducting a massive search in the Fazilka village, officials said.
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Earlier on 25 August, the BSF in Jammu had foiled a smuggling bid through International Border in the Samba area and recovered about 8 kgs of narcotics. BSF had also recovered a cache of assault weapons at the India-Pakistan border in Punjab on 23 August. (with ANI inputs)