Army caught 30 kg of drugs in Jammu and Kashmir, found evidence of Pakistani connection


Army has seized 30 kg of heroin along the LoC in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir. The cost of these drugs is being told in the international market in crores of rupees. About 30 kg of banned substance worth about Rs 25 crore has been recovered.

According to information received from ANI, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Baramulla Rais Mohammad Bhatt told reporters in Baramulla that Indian troops posted along the LoC in Uri sector in Baramulla district of North Kashmir noticed some suspicious movement in the area. After searching the area, two bags were recovered. He said peddlers trying to smuggle drugs into the Indian side of the Line of Control fled after seeing the movement of soldiers.

The SSP said that there is a mark of Pakistan on both the bags, about 25-30 kg of heroin has been recovered on these bags. “The value of the recovered heroin is around Rs 20-25 crore in the international market,” he said. The SSP said that apart from two bags, a cap and two sacks have also been recovered from the spot.


He said that the army has handed over all the items to the police, after which the police have started legal action at their level. Along with this, a case has also been registered under the relevant sections. Police officials say that “recovery of drugs in huge quantities along the LoC is a nefarious plan of Pakistan-based narco-terror alliance and the intention to promote terrorism in India. However, this nexus of Pakistan is being caught in large quantities of drugs.” It’s a big blow.”



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