- Rs 90 million worth of heroin seized from two Ugandan women
- Customs captured at Delhi International Airport
Customs officials seized Rs 90 million worth of heroin from two Ugandan women at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. These women came to India as medical tourists. An official statement on the matter was issued on Saturday.
Customs officials seized 12.9 kg of heroin from Nairobi, Kenya, via Abu Dhabi, on the middle night of November 12 and 13, according to the statement.
The customs department said in a statement that the international value of the seized narcotics is approximately Rs 90 million. Before being caught, these drug traffickers passed through many national territories, including Uganda, Kenya and India. He had hidden heroin in his luggage, for which he made a special place in the suitcase.
The Indian Customs brigade of dogs stationed at the Delhi airport, after smelling the passengers’ luggage, indicated the presence of an intoxicant, according to the statement.
NCB seizes Rs 4 million worth of heroin
Recently, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) also seized Rs 4 million worth of heroin from the Mumbai International Courier Terminal and the Sahar Freight Complex. NCB took this action after receiving intelligence information. In this case, a notification has been sent to a resident of Vadodara, Gujarat.
NCB Mumbai area director Sameer Wankhede said that in this case the statement of Krishna Murari Prasad, a resident of Vadodara, Gujarat, has been recorded. He said a notice has been sent to consignee Krishna Murari Prasad for investigation. More research is being done on this matter.