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Coast guards foil smuggle of 75kg ice drug in Balochistan

Quetta: Pakistan Coast Guards (PCG) on Tuesday hampered a smuggling of 75 kilogram crystal methamphetamine (ice) and apprehended a suspect in Balochistan.

According to the Pakistan Coast Guards (PCG) spokespersons, a raid was conducted at a vehicle on Shah Jahan Road and 75 kg crystal ice was seized and a suspect took into the custody.

The ice drug recovered is said to be worth $0.6 million in international market. Law enforcement agencies are probing into this matter to know the further information and inquire about who is behind the smuggling.

It should be mentioned here that State Minister for Interior Shehryar Afridi on December 18, stated that a large number of male and female students of the Private schools of Islamabad are taking “crystal myth”.

“Score of students belonging to big schools of Islamabad use crystal meth, those involved in the business will be given exemplary punishment,” Minister said while talking to media and also expressed concerns about the students who are largely addicted to it.

 

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