Joint operation against drugs has been intensified in Punjab. Police is continuously taking action against the smugglers. The government's mission is to make the state drug-free soon. Police said that an FIR has been registered at SSOC Fazilka and the investigation is on to establish backward and forward linkages.
Chandigarh: In yet another massive crackdown on the international drug, two Pakistani nationals arrested by security forces. In an intelligence led operation against trans-border drug trafficking networks, Border Security Force & Punjab Police, in a joint operation have seized 26 Kg Heroin and arrested two Pakistan nationals. A massive campaign is being run against it. According to the Punjab Police, One Pakistan national sustained injuries in the exchange of fire with security forces.
In an intelligence-led operation against trans-border drug trafficking networks, Border Security Force & Punjab Police, in a joint operation have seized 26 packets of Heroin (29.26 Kg) & arrested 2 Pak nationals. 1 Pak national injured in exchange of fire with security forces 1/2 pic.twitter.com/wg11e5aHtq
— DGP Punjab Police (@DGPPunjabPolice) August 21, 2023
The Punjab Police and the Border Security Force (BSF) have recently busted a major smuggling network. The DGP of Punjab Police said that they have recovered 29 kg of heroin in the operation conducted after the intelligence. “In an intelligence-led operation against cross-border drug-trafficking network, Border Security Force and Punjab Police in a joint operation seized 26 packets of heroin (29.26 kg) and arrested 2 Pakistani nationals,” he said. has been arrested.”
Along with this, he told that during this campaign there was firing on both sides, in which a Pakistani citizen was also injured. At the same time, an FIR has been registered in SSOC Fazilka in this matter and the police is probing the matter thoroughly to find the bottom of the matter and its other associates. Whatever facts will come to the fore during this time, further action will be taken accordingly.