Cops Seized 2 Packets of Heroin dropped by Pak Drone at Amritsar Border

Rozana Spokesman

News, Punjab

Further Probe in the matter is Underway

Cops Seized 2 Packets of Heroin

AMRITSAR: The Border Security Force (BSF) have recovered two packets of Heroin which were dropped by a Drone at Amritsar Border. A Pakistani drone entered village Kakar in the border area of Amritsar, Punjab. Hearing the sound of the drone, the BSF jawans started firing. The jawans sealed the entire village and a search operation was launched.

Reportedly, Officers reached the spot. During the search, the jawans recovered 2 packets wrapped with tape carrying about 15 kg heroin. The price of drugs in the international market is worth crores of rupees.

Notably, the activities of drug smuggling from Pakistan to India often come to the fore. In order to break their chain, the Border Security Force (BSF) jawans keep searching the 'area'.