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BSF recovers 1 kg heroin in Amritsar along international border

PTI | Amritsar | Updated: 05-10-2020 19:00 IST | Created: 05-10-2020 19:00 IST
BSF recovers 1 kg heroin in Amritsar along international border

Border Security Force (BSF) sleuths on Monday seized one kilogram of heroin along the international border in the Amritsar sector in Punjab, officials said

During patrol duty, the BSF troops recovered two plastic bottles carrying the drug

Further investigation was underway, said an official. PTI JMS SUN HDA



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