New Delhi/Samba. Three drug peddlers were killed in a Border Security Force (BSF) action near the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba sector in the early hours of Sunday. It is worth noting that late night, the Border Security Force (BSF) seized a consignment of weapons and the narcotic drug heroin from near the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba district on Monday night. Officials had said that the consignment was found in a white colored sack hidden in the sarkanda (wild grass) near the Chamliyal border post.
Five magazines, three AK rifles, four pistols with seven bullets, five packets of heroin and some ammunition were also recovered from the sack. He said that during patrolling, the force noticed the sack, which had ‘Karachi Fertilizers Company Limited’ written on it. It was not immediately known whether the consignment was dropped by a drone or was brought here by arms and drug smugglers from across the border, officials said.
Here a senior officer gave this information. The official said that 36 packets of heroin have been recovered from the drug smugglers. BSF Deputy Inspector General SPS Sandhu said that the Border Security Force came to know about the movement of smugglers at 2.30 pm. In the subsequent firing, Pakistani drug smugglers were killed and 36 packets of narcotics were recovered from them. It is suspected that these packets contain heroin. The search operation was going on in the area till the latest information was received, the official said.