1.5 kg of heroin seized from a field in Ramdas district



Tribune News Service

Amritsar, May 1st

Ramdas police seized 1.5 kg of heroin which was found abandoned in a farmland in Bedi Channa village here. The contraband was discovered by a man when he went to relax in a field. He handed over the bag containing heroin to police patrolling in Gagomahal village. Police have registered a case against unidentified persons in this connection.

Amritsar (rural) SSP Satinder Singh said investigations were underway to find out who dumped the contraband in the field. The drugs are believed to have been smuggled from Pakistan.

According to details, a police team led by sub-inspector Jagjit Singh was on patrol in Gagomahal village when a person approached him and introduced himself as Yusuf Masi, a resident of Chak Pandori village. He handed over a plastic bag to the police and said he found it in a field in Bedi Channa village, where he had gone to relieve himself.

When the officer opened the bag, he found heroin inside. The heroin was wrapped in white cloth with plastic tape and black stamps. Something was written in Urdu on the cloth with a blue pen. A case under the NDPS Act has been registered against unidentified persons and further investigation has been initiated in the matter.

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