Heroin worth 2100 crores found in a container lying for 8 months, was imported from Iran

AHMEDABAD: A large quantity of heroin has once again been recovered in Kutch, Gujrat. The heroin was recovered from the containers kept in the container freight station near the Gandhidham area. It is being told that these containers were kept there for the last 8 months and so far 300 kg of heroin has been recovered. Its value in the international market has been estimated at Rs.2100 crores.

According to information, a joint team of the directorate of revenue intelligence (DRI) and the Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Team (ATS) has carried out the operation at a container freight station near Gandhidham in Kutch. Officials said the heroin in containers was imported from Iran. He said another 17 containers kept in the station are also being searched. In which the cooperation of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) is also being taken. In such a situation, the number of seizures may also increase.

According to the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) officials, it has so far been revealed in the investigation that these containers had arrived in India from Iran in September 2020. It was also reported that it is gypsum powder. The agencies believe that the consignment was to be transported to various states of north India. The name of the importer of the containers kept in the container freight station is said to be Balaji Traders.

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