BSF seizes 5kg heroin in Ferozepur sector
FEROZEPUR: The personnel of the Border Security Force (BSF) have seized 5kilogram heroin from Ferozepur sector after noticing movement across the fencing on Monday.
As per information, troopers of 29 battalion of the BSF posted at Ghatti Maste border out post (BoP) under Ferozepur sector on the wee hours heard some noise from across the fencing and challenged the intruders but they did not pay heed.
BSF personnel then opened fire on them, however, suspected smugglers managed to flee the spot taking advantage of dense fog.
In the meantime, a search operation was launched by the BSF in the area. During the drive, the BSF personnel recovered 10 packets containing 5.19kg heroin buried in an agricultural field near the fence.
Sandeep Channan, DIG, BSF, acknowledged the seizure.
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