Anti Narcotics Force busted one of the biggest drug trafficking attempts in Pakistan’s history

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Anti Narcotics Force busted one of the biggest drug trafficking attempts in Pakistan’s history

ISLAMABAD: The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) busted one of the biggest drug trafficking attempts in Pakistan’s history on Monday seizing a container of illegal narcotics.

According to details, heroin and cocaine worth, almost 1 billion rupees was caught by the law enforcement agencies which was being smuggled through Pakistan.

The raid was made at the South-Asia Port Terminal and was meant to travel to the Netherlands in a container, told an official of the Anti-Narcotics Force.

45 kilograms of heroin and 35 kilograms of cocaine were confiscated from inside of the container.

Earlier on January 22, A team of Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) seized 142kg of narcotics from two vehicles at GT Road.

As per details, the ANG intelligence wing thwarted a bid to smuggle 58 kg of hashish and 84 kg opium in raids at two vehicles at the GT Road.

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