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China-made drone recovers near International Border by BSF in Amritsar, Punjab

Amritsar: On Sunday, the officials said that recovered a China-made drone with a packet of heroin recovered near the India-Pakistan border in Amritsar, Punjab by the Border Security Forces (BSF) troops. BSF jawans carried out a massive search operation in the suspected area and recovered a packet of suspected heroin weighing 520 gms along with a drone on Saturday.

By: Priyanka Verma  Pardaphash Group
Updated:
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China-made drone recovers near International Border by BSF in Amritsar, Punjab

Amritsar: On Sunday, the officials said that recovered a China-made drone with a packet of heroin recovered near the India-Pakistan border in Amritsar, Punjab by the Border Security Forces (BSF) troops. BSF jawans carried out a massive search operation in the suspected area and recovered a packet of suspected heroin weighing 520 gms along with a drone on Saturday.

In a statement, the BSF said,”On May 11, BSF recovered one drone along with a packet of suspected heroin of gross weight 520 grams attached to the drone from village Hardo Rattan.” The BSF further said that the drugs were wrapped in transparent adhesive tape and a steel ring was also found attached to the packet.

In a another statement,the BSF said, “During search operation, at about 04:40 pm, the vigilant BSF troops recovered 01 drone along with 01 packet of suspected heroin (Gross weight- 520 Grams) attached with the drone. The narcotics were wrapped with transparent adhesive tape and 01 steel ring was also found attached with the packet. This recovery took place in a farming field nearby Village Hardo Rattan in district Amritsar.”

The recovered drone has been identified as a Chinese-made DJI Mavic 3 Classic, officials said. On Saturday, The BSF also recovered two packets of suspected heroin from Punjab’s Tarn Taran district. They said the drugs were wrapped in yellow adhesive tape and metal rings and the packets had illuminating rods attached to them.

It also said,”On 11 May 2024, acting on intelligence provided by the BSF intelligence wing regarding the presence of narcotics consignments at two different locations in the border area of Tarn Taran district, joint search operations were conducted by BSF in collaboration with the Punjab Police in the suspected areas.”

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