Indian intelligence agency claim arresting 6 Pakistani national drug gang
NEW DELHI - Indian intelligence agency claim arresting 6 Pakistani national drug gang.
Indian Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) has claimed to arrest six Pakistani national on charges of smuggling 218 kg of narcotic drugs at Jakhau Port in Gujarat.
The DRI had received a tip off about a Pakistani fishing boat 'Al Madina' delivering a consignment of narcotic drugs to suspected recipient mid-sea for further distribution in India.
The agency shared the information with the Indian Coast Guard, which intercepted the Pakistani vessel on May 22 with six crew members.
They were then brought to Jakhau in Kutch along the Gujarat coast. 194 packets of illicit drugs were recovered by the coast guard from the Pakistani boat.
The authorities also detained an Indian fishing boat, which was found suspicious, along with its crew.