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BSF seizes 11-kg heroin worth Rs 55 cr along Indo-Pak border

BSF seizes 11-kg heroin worth Rs 55 cr along Indo-Pak border

Amritsar – BSF personnel on Thursday seized 11 kg of heroin along the India-Pakistan border in Punjab’s Amritsar Sector, an official of the force said on Thursday. BSF troops posted at the Ramkot outpost noticed some suspicious movement of Pakistani smugglers across the border security fence last night, he said.“At around 2:15 am in the area

Barnala Police caught illegal liquor supplier, 17 Bottles siezed

Barnala Police Excise Cell has been successful in catching a large quantity of domestic liquor under the campaign against drug addicts by the Punjab Police. Police officials said that there was a blockade near the village of Sukhpura where there was a check on the basis of the suspicion of a car, out of which

2 Kilogram heroin seized at indo-pak, fazilka corridor by BSF

2 Kilogram heroin seized at indo-pak, fazilka corridor by BSF

2 Kilogram heroin seized at indo-pak, fazilka corridor by BSF. At Fazilka International border corridor 169 battalion of BSF have been recovered two kg heroin near the GG-1 outpost of India-Pakistan International Border.According to the information, this success has been achieved under the joint operation of the police and border security force personnel on the information

14 days remand to suspected khalisatni militants: Ajnala

14 days remand to suspected khalisatni militants: Ajnala

14 days remand to suspected khalisatni militants: Ajnala. In last days BSF and Punjab Police arrested two suspected khalistani militants with arms.Justice Court send them to jail on 14 days remand in

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Two held with 5 kg heroin worth 25 crore

Two held with 5 kg heroin worth 25 crore. In a major crackdown, the Special Task Force (STF) recovered 5 kilogram near Pakistan Border in Ferozpur on Tuesday. The price of recovered heroine is worth Rs 25 crores in international market.The police claimed that the heroine was supplied from Pakistan and the accused were about

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Two suspected militants held in Punjab wanted to avenge sacrilege

Two suspected militants held in Punjab wanted to avenge sacrilege. Two suspected militants arrested from the India-Pakistan border in Amritsar district had planned terror activities to avenge several incidents of sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib in the state in 2015, police sources said on Monday. Mann Singh, 40, of Sri Hargobindpur (Gurdaspur) and Sher Singh,

Terror Module Bust By BSF and Punjab Police With Canada-PAK Links

Border Security Force (BSF) and Punjab Police have busted a terror module with links to Canada and Pakistan. A Punjab police spokesman said, two terrorists related to the module were arrested near the Indo-Pak border when they were looking for the spot where the consignment of weapons reached from Pakistan was buried. The forces also