The Gujarat Anti-Terrorist Squad(ATS) seized 120kg of heroin from Zinzuda village, Morbi. This amount is worth millions. This case is still under investigation. The Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad has made a significant update to the case.
They have recovered 120kg of narcotics from the state’s Morbi District. These drugs are worth an estimated Rs 600 crore. Republic TV has obtained ground reports that claim these drugs were shipped by Pakistan via the Salaya port maritime route. According to reports, there were attempts to transport these drugs to Mumbai or Goa.
This development comes months after DRI (Directorate of Revenue Intelligence) took around 3,000 kilograms of heroin from Mundra port in Kutch, which was worth approximately Rs 21,000 crore in September. DevbhumiDwarka police in Gujarat detained two fishermen from Salaya on Friday.
Sunil Joshi, the district superintendent of police, informed reporters that the two accused were residents of Salaya in Devbhumi Dwarka and had been hired by Ali Asgar Kara and Salim Kara to deliver the drugs to the high seas.
Two cargo containers were used to transport semi-processed Talc Stones. The drug was discovered smuggled into the two cargo containers. The drugs came from Afghanistan. Eight Mumbai-based people were arrested Saturday on suspicion of selling drugs in Goa.