RAWALPINDI: The Airport Security Force (ASF) on Friday foiled a bid to smuggle greater than ten kilogrammes of drugs by New Islamabad International Airport.
In accordance with particulars, the accused was attempting to journey to Manchester on a global flight EK-613.
He had hid the heroin in one of many layers of his bag.
“Zahid is a resident of Gujrat and is now within the custody of the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) for additional investigations,” mentioned the ASF.
In March this yr, mail and customs authorities in Rawalpindi foiled an try and smuggle a big amount of the artificial psychoactive drug Ecstasy from the Netherlands price Rs7 million.
The drugs had been believed to be destined for faculty and college going college students within the federal capital.
The drugs had been caught by the International Mail office in Rawalpindi with the help of the Customs.
Officers of the worldwide mail workplace had termed the bust as the most important restoration of their historical past.