ASF foils bid to smuggle drugs worth Rs10m from Islamabad airport


Staff Reporter

Airport Security Force (ASF) on Thursday foiled a bid to smuggle heroin from New Islamabad Airport and recovered the drugs worth Rs 10 million from a passenger.
According to ASF authorities, a resident of Azad Kashmir Mohammad Sagheer was intercepted during the scrutiny process at the Islamabad airport. During a thorough checking process, it was found that he concealed brown heroin in utensils aimed at smuggling the drug from the Birmingham-bound flight.
During search it was found that the drug was over two kilograms and is worth upto Rs 10 million in the international market. The passenger was handed over to the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) authorities for further investigations.

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