KARACHI: In separate operations, the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) seized 30 kilograms of ice drug “absorbed” in towels, women’ garments and prayer mats at Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, a spokesperson mentioned Sunday.
He mentioned the towels had been booked by a courier firm and had been to be dispatched to Australia however when checked on suspicion, 20 kilogrammes of ice was discovered.
The modus operandi was that the drug was first combined in water then the towels had been soaked in it and later the towels had been dried, leaving hardly a touch of what’s hidden in them.
The cargo was booked by one Amir Ramzan.
In a separate raid, seven kilograms of ice was discovered that was additionally absorbed in prayer mats. The parcel was booked to be delivered in Australia by one Arshad Ali, a resident of Lahore.
In a 3rd raid, three kilograms of ice was discovered from a parcel containing women’ garments absorbed with the drug and was booked for Sri Lanka by a courier service firm workplace positioned in Karachi.
The parcel was booked by Shagufta Bano, a resident of Sheikhupura. The authorities raided the courier service workplace and foiled the smuggling try.
The spokesperson mentioned ANF has seized all of the medication and launched additional investigation into the matter.