Tuesday, September 26

BSF jawans caught 1.5 kg heroin from Sutlej river

In a successful operation, the brave jawans of BSF 182 Battalion intercepted a consignment of heroin that was being smuggled into India from Pakistan. The smugglers had concealed the contraband in plastic bottles and were attempting to transport it via the Sutlej river. The vigilant jawans, who were patrolling the area near BOP Joginder, noticed something suspicious floating in the river and immediately sprang into action.

Upon closer inspection, the jawans discovered two plastic bottles that were covered in blue envelopes. Inside the bottles, they found one and a half kilograms of heroin. This seizure is a significant blow to the drug trafficking network that operates across the border, and it is a testament to the bravery and dedication of the BSF personnel.
The officials of BSF are now working to identify the smugglers who were behind this operation and to determine the intended destination of the consignment. This seizure is a reminder of the ongoing threat posed by drug trafficking and the need for continued vigilance and cooperation between law enforcement agencies. The jawans of BSF have once again demonstrated their commitment to keeping our borders safe and secure.

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