22 kilograms of heroin and 2 AK-47 were found at the Ind-Pak border

22 kilograms of heroin and 2 AK-47 were found at the Ind-Pak border

On the 7th of March, A Pak drug dealer was killed by security forces and 22 kilograms of heroin other than 2 AK-47 guns were discovered across the fence close to the Kakkar borderline on the Ind-Pak border in the Ajnala town in Amritsar district. Security forces like BSF and the Amritsar police started a search operation and discovered 4 rifle magazines of the AK-47 guns, a smartphone, and a pipe being utilized by drug dealers to push in the illegally through the border fencing.

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The cops recognized 2 people from India associated with getting the transfer the drugs through their Pakistani partners. They are Jagdish Bhura and Jaspal Singh of Gatti Rajoke village in Gurdaspur. The cops stated that Jagdish Bhura is living in Belgium country as of now and has been engaged with drug dealing activity in the country. Both have been in contact with Pak’s Inter-Services Intelligence called ISI.

DGP Dhruv Dahiya, who managed this stated that “We had an information that Pak drug dealers will push in rifles or guns and a transfer of heroin on the 6th of March.” A group, including DSP Gurinderpal Singh and ASP Majitha, and Abhimanyu was shaped to organize a team with the Border Security Forces and lay a trap.

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He also stated that a case was enrolled under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 and Arms Act, 1959 at Lopoke Thana. The Superintendent of Police stated that Jagdish Bhura had been organizing with Paki arm and drug dealers to drive weapons into the nation. An FIR was enrolled against him at Police Station City Ferozepur last year.

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