The Border Security Force (BSF) captured over 5 kg of drugs that were dropped by a drone near the International Border in the Amritsar sector early on Friday. The BSF men heard a drone buzzing and something being dropped in nearby farms. They found a sizable parcel wrapped in yellow plastic in the fields next to the settlement. The parcel had a gross weight of 5.26 kg and five smaller sachets, which were thought to be heroin.
The police joined the BSF team during the search operation, during which they found a sizable packet that was likely contraband and was wrapped in yellow adhesive tape in a field adjacent to the Rear Kakkar hamlet in Amritsar. They also discovered a hook affixed to the packet and a nylon rope in a green shade.
According to the BSF Punjab Frontier, in the course of the search, they found a large package presumed to be illicit in a farming field outside of Rear Kakkar. It was wrapped in a yellow adhesive tape and had a green nylon rope and hook connected to it. Five packets of heroin totaling 5.260 kg in gross weight were discovered when the packet was opened.
Overall, five packages totaling 5.26 kilogrammes of heroin were discovered when the main packet was opened.