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Troops of Bsf Punjab Frontier Intercepted Pakistani Drone in Tarn Taran District – CGCHOTBOX


Heroin packet found in Tarn Taran.

Heroin packet found in Tarn Taran.
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Smugglers sitting in Pakistan then sent drones to the Indian border. In district Tarn Taran, the drone came from Pakistan side to the Indian border and was also successful in going back. However, the alert personnel of the Border Security Force have seized the consignment of heroin thrown by the drone during the search. The value of the seized consignment is estimated to be around Rs 17 crore.

According to the information shared by the Indian Border Security Force, this drone movement was seen in the border village Kalia of Tarn Taran. During the night, when the soldiers of the Border Security Force were on the outskirts, the sound of the drone was heard at the same time. Fire was fired towards the sound of the drone, but the drone managed to escape. Border Security Force personnel gave this information to their senior officers.

The decision to search was taken at night itself.
Despite the darkness, the Border Security Force officials decided to conduct a search operation. Meanwhile, he found a yellow packet in the field of village Kalia. On which a rope hook was made, so that it would be easy to throw it from the drone. When the packet was opened after investigation, a consignment of 2.470 kg of heroin was recovered from it. The international value of the recovered heroin is being estimated at Rs 17 crore. BSF shot down a drone in Amritsar, found two kg of heroin
In Amritsar, the BSF had shot down a Pakistani drone on Sunday night near Indo-Pak border Attari border village Rodanwala. Two kg of heroin and 100 grams of opium were recovered from the drone. BSF spokesperson said that BSF personnel were patrolling near Rodanwali border village of Attari on Sunday night. During this, at 2.35, the jawans heard the sound of a drone in Pakistan. The soldiers tried to stop the drone by firing. In the search operation conducted in the morning, a damaged quadcopter drone was recovered from a field in village Rodanwali, along with which two kg of heroin and 100 grams of opium were found.

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Smugglers sitting in Pakistan then sent drones to the Indian border. In district Tarn Taran, the drone came from Pakistan side to the Indian border and was also successful in going back. However, the alert personnel of the Border Security Force have seized the consignment of heroin thrown by the drone during the search. The value of the seized consignment is estimated to be around Rs 17 crore.

According to the information shared by the Indian Border Security Force, this drone movement was seen in the border village Kalia of Tarn Taran. During the night, when the soldiers of the Border Security Force were on the outskirts, the sound of the drone was heard at the same time. Fire was fired towards the sound of the drone, but the drone managed to escape. Border Security Force personnel gave this information to their senior officers.

The decision to search was taken at night itself.

Despite the darkness, the Border Security Force officials decided to conduct a search operation. Meanwhile, he found a yellow packet in the field of village Kalia. On which a rope hook was made, so that it would be easy to throw it from the drone. When the packet was opened after investigation, a consignment of 2.470 kg of heroin was recovered from it. The international value of the recovered heroin is being estimated at Rs 17 crore.

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