ANF ​​frustrates the attempt to smuggle heroin worth millions from Faisalabad airport

FAISALABAD: The authorities of the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) on Friday thwarted an attempt to smuggle heroin from Faisalabad International Airport via a flight to Dubai, ARY NEWS reported.

According to the ANF spokesman, the accused person hid six packages of heroin in his bag and during the search at Faisalabad airport, the authorities caught him with his hands in the mass trying to smuggle him through a flight to to Dubai

“The seized ice heroine weighed about a kilogram and was worth up to millions in the international market,” he said and added that the defendant is transferred to an undisclosed location to investigate more about the matter.

On February 13, a spokesman for the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) revealed details of 30 drug attacks across the country that seized 5965 kilograms of drugs, reported ARY News.

The spokesman detailed one of the energetic measures that took place in a heroin plantation where the intoxicant was cultivated in 66 hectares of agricultural land.

Read more: ANF busts try to smuggle drugs worth Rs 1 billion through Pakistan

33 people have been arrested in the repressions that include 2 women, all the detainees were first responders or accomplices of the heinous crime.

10 cars were also confiscated during the raids that were used to transport narcotics to different areas inside and outside the country, the spokesperson said.

The seized narcotics are worth 1,198 million dollars.

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ANF ​​seizes drugs worth 1,198 billion dollars in repression throughout the country

RAWALPINDI: The spokesman for the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) on Thursday revealed details of 30 drug attacks across the country that seized 5965 kilograms of drugs, ARY News reported.

The spokesman detailed one of the energetic measures that took place in a heroin plantation where the intoxicant was cultivated in 66 hectares of agricultural land.

Read more: ANF busts try to smuggle drugs worth Rs 1 billion through Pakistan

33 people have been arrested in the repressions that include 2 women, all the detainees were first responders or accomplices of the heinous crime.

10 cars were also confiscated during the raids that were used to transport narcotics to different areas inside and outside the country, the spokesperson said.

The seized narcotics are worth 1,198 million dollars.

Read more: ANF recovers 15 kg of heroin hidden on the table

On February 10, the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) stopped one of the biggest drug trafficking attempts in Pakistan’s history by seizing a container of illegal narcotics.

According to the details, the value of heroin and cocaine, law enforcement agencies captured almost one billion rupees and smuggled them through Pakistan.

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ANF recovers 15kg heroin hidden in desk at Rawalpindi airport

RAWALPINDI: The Anti-Narcotics Drive (ANF) staff thwarted a drug smuggling bid and seized 15 kilogrammes of heroin at Rawalpindi airport, ARY Information reported on Friday.

In line with official sources, the heroin was hid in a eating desk that was to be despatched by cargo to Birmingham from Mirpur on the Rawalpindi airport.

The cargo employees whereas transporting the desk discovered the heroin and later knowledgeable the Anti-Narcotics Drive (ANF) staff.

The heroin together with the desk was seized by the ANF staff and inquiry was launched into the matter.

Learn extra: Kilos of medication recovered from Islamabad residents in ANF raids

Earlier, on December 16, Anti-Narcotics Drive (ANF) authorities claimed to have seized a parcel certain for the US, carrying medication.

In line with the ANF authorities, throughout an motion in Sialkot, that they had foiled a bid to smuggle medication overseas in a parcel. The recovered parcel carried round 6.9 kilograms of medication and will price upto hundreds of thousands within the worldwide market.

The authorities had stated that the medication had been booked for a US deal with and the authorities are additional probing the matter.

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ANF seizes 142kg narcotics from two autos

ISLAMABAD: A crew of Anti-Narcotics Power (ANF)on Wednesday seized 142kg of narcotics from two autos at GT Highway, ARY Information reported.

As per particulars, the ANG intelligence wing thwarted a bid to smuggle 58 kg of cannabis and 84 kg opium in raids at two autos on the GT Highway.

ANF spokesperson, stated the smugglers fled away from the scene, nevertheless the autos and the narcotics had been seized by the crew.

The narcotics was being smuggled to Punjab from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, stated the ANF spokesperson.

Learn extra: ANF foils heroin smuggling bid at Lahore airport

Final 12 months in December, the Anti-Narcotics Power (ANF) had seized 25kg cocaine from a container on the Karachi Port Belief.

The cocaine price Rs 750mn within the worldwide market was seized from a container landed on the port from overseas.

The medicine which was shrewdly hid within the picket field, positioned within the container, was to be transferred to numerous elements of the nation.

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Man carrying ice drug nabbed at Islamabad airport  

ISLAMABAD: Airport Safety Pressure (ASF) authorities on Sunday nabbed a passenger for carrying ice medication whereas touring to Saudi Arabia from Islamabad Worldwide Airport, ARY NEWS reported.

In accordance with the ASF, a passenger was carrying 1800 grams of ice drug when the regulation enforcement personnel on the airport intercepted him.

Throughout a radical checking of the bags accompanied by the passenger, it was revealed that he had hid the drug in secret parts of his bag.

The authorities seized the drug from his possession and handed him over to the Anti-Narcotics Pressure (ANF) personnel for additional authorized proceedings.

In December 2019, police claimed to have arrested a person accused of supplying ice medication to college students at Islamabad universities.

Learn Extra: Coast guards foil bid to smuggle 75kg ice drug in Balochistan

In accordance with police, the motion was taken by Lohi Bher police station through which it arrested a person concerned in supplying crystal methamphetamine within the capital.

“The accused was concerned in bringing the drug from Peshawar and supplying it to college students at varied universities in Islamabad,” they mentioned.

The police additionally recovered 510 grams of the drug from his possession.

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Drug case will not proceed till minister offers video: Rana Sanaullah

LAHORE: A particular court docket for Narcotics Management on Saturday adjourned a drug case towards PML-N Punjab president Rana Sanaullah till Jan 18.

The PML-N MNA confirmed up earlier than the court docket amid heightened safety because it resumed listening to the case.

Chatting with the media after his look, he mentioned the court docket gained’t proceed with the case and indict him on drug smuggling costs till Federal Minister for Narcotics Management Shehryar Afridi brings the purported video he claims to have of medication restoration from his possession to the court docket.

Sanaullah mentioned the minister had himself said on the ground of the Nationwide Meeting that the video was obtainable, which was additionally offered to the prime minister. If so, then the video should be submitted to the court docket to again up the minister’s declare, he added.

He mentioned the Lahore Excessive Court docket (LHC) resolution on his bail plea termed the case political vengeance.

Learn Extra: Shehryar Afridi says Rana Sanaullah bailed however not acquitted by court docket

The PML-N chief introduced to protest the legislation enforcement companies’ denying court docket entry to media personnel, saying they’ve the proper to witness the trial proceedings.

Earlier, on Dec 26,  Rana Sanaullah was launched from camp jail after Lahore Excessive Court docket (LHC) granted him bail within the narcotics case.

The PML-N MNA was launched after furnishing two surety bonds value Rs1 million every as directed by the LHC bench that authorised his bail plea through a brief order on Dec 24.

The LHC bench in its written verdict recording the explanations that compelled it to grant the PML-N chief bail after arrest mentioned the trial court docket listening to the drug case towards the accused had already granted bail to co-accused, which was not even challenged by the Anti-Narcotics Pressure (ANF) earlier than the excessive court docket.

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