rs 5 billion worth narcotics found in pakistani goods in malaysia
In a major smuggling scandal, Malaysian authorities seized drugs worth Rs 5 billion from a Pakistani goods container, initially carrying onions. The Customs and Narcotics Crime Investigation in Malaysia discovered over 100 kg of cocaine and 411 kg of Methenamine drugs during a raid, valuing more than five billion Pakistani rupees. The Operation Resulted in the arrest of Five local Suspects.
Following the seizure, Malaysian authorities promptly notified Pakistan’s Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) and the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) through an emergency letter. Subsequently, Pakistan Customs registered a First Information Report (FIR) and took action, arresting two Pakistani nationals, including the clearing agent, Amir Ali Khan.
This incident sheds Light on the Global Nature of Drug trafficking and the need for international Cooperation to Combat such Criminal activities. The Collaboration between Malaysian and Pakistani authorities Demonstrates the importance of sharing information Promptly to tackle Cross-border Crimes effectively.
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Meanwhile, in a separate anti-drug operation in Gwadar, the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) seized substantial drug consignments hidden at various locations. A key member of a drug smuggling gang had buried narcotics, including 1740 kg of hashish, 28 kg of ice, and 20 kg of morphine. The Seized drugs were traced back to Afghanistan emphasizing the transnational aspect of the Drug trade.
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To Prevent further illegal activities the ANF took a decisive step by setting fire to the locations used for Storing drugs after Seizing the narcotics Consignment. These actions Highlight the ongoing efforts to Combat drug trafficking and the Commitment to disrupting the Operations of Criminal Networks involved in the illegal Drug trade.