NIA charges trafficker involved in supply of 500 kgs of heroin from Pakistan to Gujarat

New Delhi, Sep 14: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against a drug trafficker in connection with a narcotics case registered in Salaya, Gujarat.

The case is related to a criminal conspiracy hatched by accused Arshad Sota in Dubai along with Pakistani nationals for delivering narcotic drugs in Gujarat from Pakistan. In furtherance of conspiracy, 500 kg of narcotic drugs were delivered in three consignments. The last consignment was in the form of supply of 200 kg of Heroin.

Investigation revealed that the consignment of 200 kg of heroin was delivered by earlier Razak Adam Sumra, Karim Md. Siraj and Sunil Vithal Barmase to Indresh Rambachan Nishad at Gandhidham.

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NIA charges 7 Khalistani operatives involved in smuggling heroin from Pakistan

New Delhi, Mar 23: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against 7 Khalistan operatives in connection with a hand grenade seizure case.

The case arose in 2019, following the seizure of two hand grenades and one Samsung mobile phone from a bag recovered by the Punjab police. The bag was thrown by two unknown motor-cycle riders at the bus stop in Amritsar. The NIA later took over the case. 

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11 trucks entered Amritsar from Pakistan and one came in with Rs 2,600 crore worth heroin

New Delhi, July 01: On June 26, customs officials on duty at Attari checked on a consignment that came in from Lahore.

During the process, the officials stumbled upon heroin worth Rs 2,600 crore. The officials seized 52 bags which had a mind boggling 532 kilograms of heroin in it.

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Pak boat intercept: “Drop arms, stay still”

 

 “Drop the arms into the water. Stay still.” This was the message that the National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO) picked up while tracking the boat from Pakistan which was intercepted at sea earlier this week. 

There were eight persons on this heroin laden boat who being handled by a set of men based out of Karachi and Thailand. 

It is an indicator that the contraband was headed into the Indian waters from where it would be smuggled into Thailand and later into the European market. 

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