ANF ​​holds more than 2210 kg of drugs and 500 intoxicating pills | Tech Reddy


RAWALPINDI: Pakistan’s Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) on Sunday seized 2,210 kg of narcotics, 500 intoxicating pills and 50 capsules filled with heroin, besides nabbing two accused in four anti-narcotics operations across the country.

According to ANF head office official, in an operation at Islamabad International Airport, ANF recovered 50 capsules filled with heroin from a passenger named Mandi Bahauddin who was traveling to Jeddah on flight PA-270.

In another operation, ANF seized 500 intoxicating pills from a parcel bound for London at the International Post Office.

In the third operation, ANF recovered 69.6 kg of charra and 20.4 kg of opium from the hidden compartments of a vehicle seized near Sheikhupura Toll Plaza and arrested the accused, a resident of Peshawar.

According to the information secretary, in a joint operation of ANF and FC Balochistan, 1900 kg of opium and 220 kg of chara were found in Nok Kundi Sehan area of ​​Balochistan.

Separate cases have been registered at ANF police stations under the CNS Act, 1997 and further investigations are underway.


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