BSF seized heroin worth 300 crores smuggling Bikaner India-Pakistan boarder


Bikaner: Border Security Force (BSF) of India, posted on India-Pakistan border in Bikaner, Rajasthan, seized 54 kg of heroin (narcotics) late on Wednesday night and took major action against the smugglers. The value of this heroin is being estimated at 300 crores.


The special thing is that smugglers from Pakistan hid this heroin in a PVC pipe to reach India and moved the pipe across the border.

The smugglers had a plan to cross the heroin border in the midst of a strong storm and storm, which was foiled by the BSF jawans, although the smugglers managed to escape.

The soldiers patrolling the border took action amid the storm

BSF jawans, who were patrolling even in the midst of storm, suspected some suspicious movement on the border.

On this, when he saw through the border guarding equipment, the suspicion turned into confidence, but by then the smugglers had escaped from there.

The battalion personnel reached the border adjacent to Khajuwala, from where 54 kg of heroin was recovered, which was hidden in 54 pieces of PVC pipe. The action has been taken under the direction of BSF IG Pankaj Kumar.

BSF DIG Pushpendra Singh said that the BSF has announced a cash reward of Rs 5 lakh for the soldiers who carried out the action.


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