Punjab: BSF recovers 3.7kg heroin in village bordering Pak

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Border Security Force (BSF) has claimed to have recovered 3.7 kilograms of heroin in border area of Abohar sector on Monday late evening.

In a press release, BSF officials claimed that on Monday evening, a person of village Jangad Bhaini informed BSF troops that 4 packets of suspicious item were laying in his agricultural land facing his home at the of border fence in Abohar Sector. Further, during search, BSF troops recovered 3 packets wrapped in yellow adhesive tape and 1 transparent packet (half-filled). A total of 4 packets (weighing 3.780 Kgs) heroin alongwith a waterproof carry bag with illuminators under area of border out post G G Base has been recovered.

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