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Pak drops heroin, arms consignment from drone, BSF caught

Chandigarh : Pakistan has once again infiltrated a drone and dropped a consignment of heroin and weapons in the Indian border. Punjab Police and BSF have recovered huge quantity of heroin and weapons from Ferozepur sector. BSF has taken this action in Churiwala Chusti village of Fazilka.

According to BSF, at around 12 o’clock in the night, the sound of the drone was heard by the jawans. The exact location could not be ascertained due to fog. Due to which BSF started firing. After this, BSF teams conducted a search operation in village Churiwala Chusti. Meanwhile, a bag was found in the fields.

BSF officials said that when the bag was opened, it contained three big packets. On opening these packets, nine packets of heroin were recovered from them. Whose total weight was seven and a half kilos. The international value of heroin is estimated to be around Rs 56 crore. Along with this, BSF has got a pistol, two magazines and 50 rounds of .9 mm.

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