A Pakistani smuggler who crossed over to India with round 22 kg of heroin was shot useless alongside the Worldwide Border (IB) in a joint operation of the Punjab police and the BSF, officers stated. They stated there was particular details about the motion of Pakistani smugglers in the direction of the Indian territory with consignment of medicine.
Appearing on the enter, Punjab police staff led by SSP Dhruv Dahiya together with Border Safety Drive (BSF) troops launched a joint operation on the Kakkar border outpost. Through the operation, motion of a Pakistani smuggler was seen. The smuggler fired on the Indian troops and was shot useless once they returned the hearth, a senior police official stated.
A complete search operation was launched on the spot on the Indo-Pak border of the Indian facet, the place troops seized 22 packets of heroin, weighing a complete of about 22 kilogram, two AK 47 assault rifles, four magazines, one cell phone with Pakistani SIM card, apart from Rs 210 in Pakistani forex, police stated. Throughout preliminary investigation, it was discovered that the smuggler was identified to his two Indian counterparts who had been residents of Gurdaspur district and had been presently at Belgium and allegedly concerned in anti-India actions on the behest of Pakistan’s ISI company, the SSP stated.
Police stated by means of investigation is beneath progress to disclose actual function for which the seized consignment was being smuggled to India.