Anti-Narcotics Force recovers huge quantity of heroin


Express May 26, 2010

KARACHI: The Anti-Narcotics Force recovered 243 kgs of heroin worth billions of rupees Wednesday, and arrested 2 smugglers in a successful raid in Kemari area of Karachi. Authorities claim this the biggest ever recovery of heroin in the history of the country.

Preliminary investigations are underway.

Lahore bust

In yet another incident, Custom authorities foiled a bid to smuggle 11 kg of heroin worth Rs 150 million at the Lahore Airport.

The suspected drug smuggler, a resident of Peshawar was traveling from Lahore to Beijing when 11 kgs of heroin was recovered from his luggage.

During the initial investigation, accused Awais Khan revealed that he works for a man named Dr Khan, who has his 11-year-old son in custody.

COMMENTS (7)

Sultan Ahmed | 10 years ago | Reply God create it it is not useless but it has wrongly been used it is duty to search and find its right place where it can be used. When we use it for only intoxication it mean we are violating the natural principles.
Sultan Ahmed | 10 years ago | Reply Dr.Khan, treating the nation his clinic must be in the dirty corner of the jail forever people see the sign of punishment.
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