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On Tuesday night, BSF jawans fired 12 bullets from INSAS rifle and two illu bombs on the Pakistani drone returning after throwing heroin packets in the Indian border, but the drone returned safely to Pakistan. During the joint search operation of the police and BSF, which lasted for 24 hours, five heroin packets have been found from the farm of farmer Balwant Singh, who had gone by throwing a drone.
The weight of heroin is estimated at 3.5 kilograms. On the other hand, in this regard, BSF officials have made a flag meeting with Pakistan Rangers and informed them about the whole incident. SSP Charanjit Singh said that the BSF informed him that on the intervening night of 28 and 29 June, Pakistani drones went into the Indian territory by throwing heroin or weapons in the area between Border Pillar No-198/4 and 198/5 near BSF outpost Maboke. Is.
The BSF fired 12 bullets and two illu bombs to shoot down the drone, but due to its high altitude, it went safely to Pakistan. The SSP said that the BSF and the police conducted a joint search operation. The entire area was searched. Farmer Balwant Singh resident of village Kalu Araiyan Hithar informed Mamdot police station in-charge Gurpreet Singh that a torn envelope was lying 15 feet away from the tubewell installed in his field.