Gunny bags thrown into the sea by the Pakistani boat AL Noman, which was apprehended by the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) and Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) last week, were recovered by Border Security Force (BSF) and Marine Police on Sunday morning in Gujarat’s Jakhau.BSF Bhuj recovers drugs worth Rs 250 crore near Jakhau port in Gujarat
According to BSF authorities, 49 packets of contraband, thought to be heroin, were found from Sayali stream in the Arabian Sea near the Jakhau port.
The medicines seized are estimated to be worth roughly Rs 250 crore on the open market. The words “Café Gourmet” were printed on the packets carrying the pills, and “Blue Sapphire 555” was written on them, according to the BSF.
The BSF added that during the night of May 30 and 31, the Coast Guard and Gujarat Police’s Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) captured a Pakistani boat along the international maritime boundary line (IMBL) between Sir Creek and Jakhau Port and detained seven people on board, all of them were Pakistani nationals.
The drugs were tossed in the sea by the boat’s crew during the operation, according to the BSF.
The drugs thrown into the sea by the Pakistani boat could infiltrate the Indian side via the sea waves originating from the Pakistani side, according to BSF Bhuj’s assessment of the scenario. BSF Bhuj was placed on high alert following the event, and ongoing search operations were initiated.As a result, the BSF Bhuj recovered 49 drug packets today, according to the BSF.
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