Bsf Caught Drugs And Weapon From Border In Firozpur – Pakistan’s nefarious game started under the cover of mist, sending ‘goods of death’ from the outskirts


Drugs and weapons recovered from BSF in Ferozepur.
– Photo: Dialog News Agency

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The smugglers of both countries have become active on Indo-Pak border as soon as fog starts in Punjab. In Ferozepur on Wednesday, Border Security Force personnel apprehended seven and a half kilos of heroin, a pistol, seven cartridges and a magazine from the border. This consignment was sourced from Indian smugglers from Pakistan smugglers.

BSF officials are questioning the farmer from whose field the consignment has been recovered. The BSF had received secret information that Indian smugglers had procured a consignment of heroin and Aslha from Pakistan, which had been hidden in a field across Fencing near BSF’s BOP Bareke.

BSF battalion-136 personnel carried out a search operation and recovered seven packets of heroin in an envelope near Border Pillar, weighing 7 kg 528 grams, at the Fencing crossing farm on the outskirts at around 7.30 am.

The BSF has also recovered a pistol, a magazine and seven cartridges along with heroin. It is noteworthy that BSF has caught 469 kg 613 grams of heroin, 35 modern weapons and 657 cartridges from Indo-Pak border adjoining Punjab this year.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Jalandhar police had managed to control twenty-year-old smuggler Ranjit Singh and three of his associates from Gandu Kilcha, a frontier village in Ferozepur, with eleven kilograms of heroin and eleven lakh rupees in cash. There is a discussion that this eleven kilo heroin consignment also came from Pakistan via the border near Ferozepur sector.

Infiltration as soon as fog, heroin smuggling starts

As the winter progresses, the fog has started the process of smuggling heroin and weapons apart from infiltration from the side of Pakistan. Recently, an attempt was made to infiltrate the Pak side via the border near Gurdaspur. BSF (Punjab) has caught more heroin from Pakistan this year and actually more than the last two years.

According to intelligence sources, Indian-Pakistani smugglers smuggled huge amounts of heroin and weapons in the year 2020, using WhatsApp and the Internet the most. On 12 September 2020, a consignment of modern weapons was sent from Pak to BOP New Ghazni Wala, which was captured by BSF. The consignment consisted of three AK-47 rifles, six magazines and 91 cartridges, two M-16 rifles, four magazines and 57 cartridges, besides two pistols made in China, four magazines and 21 cartridges.

Earlier, a consignment of arms has also been left from here. The Jammu and Kashmir Police caught a smuggler with weapons in his area, he also had the same type of bag as the weapons in the Mamadot area.

Pakistan sent drones to border villages around 28 times in Ferozepur, Fazilka, Tarn Taran and Amritsar in August, September, October and January last year. There is also talk of throwing heroin and weapons in many places through them. Security agencies also found an AK-47 rifle and other material sent via drone to Tarn Taran.

BSF holds most heroin and modern weapons in 2020
BSF has so far this year captured about 456 kg of heroin, 32 modern weapons (AK-47 and M-16 rifles) and 650 cartridges. BSF had captured about 201 kg heroin, 10 weapons and 455 cartridges from Punjab border in the year 2019 and about 221 kg heroin, 19 weapons and 502 cartridges in the year 2018.

The smugglers of both countries have become active on Indo-Pak border as soon as fog starts in Punjab. In Ferozepur on Wednesday, Border Security Force personnel apprehended seven and a half kilos of heroin, a pistol, seven cartridges and a magazine from the border. This consignment was sourced from Indian smugglers from Pakistan smugglers.

BSF officials are questioning the farmer from whose field the consignment has been recovered. The BSF had received secret information that Indian smugglers had procured a consignment of heroin and Aslha from Pakistan, which had been hidden in a field across Fencing near BSF’s BOP Bareke.

BSF Battalion-136 personnel carried out a search operation and recovered seven packets of heroin in an envelope near Border Pillar at the Fencing crossing farm on the outskirts at around 7.30 am, weighing 7 kg 528 grams.

The BSF has also recovered a pistol, a magazine and seven cartridges along with heroin. It is noteworthy that BSF has caught 469 kg 613 grams of heroin, 35 modern weapons and 657 cartridges from Indo-Pak border adjoining Punjab this year.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Jalandhar police had managed to control twenty-year-old smuggler Ranjit Singh and three of his associates from Gandu Kilcha, a frontier village in Ferozepur, with eleven kilograms of heroin and eleven lakh rupees in cash. It is a matter of discussion that this eleven kilo heroin consignment also came from Pakistan via the border near Ferozepur sector.


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